Molnár


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Mol·nár

 (mōl′när′, môl′-), Ferenc 1878-1952.
Hungarian writer known particularly for his comedies, including The Devil (1907) and Liliom (1909).
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Molnár

(Hungarian ˈmolnaːr)
n
(Biography) Ferenc (ˈfɛrɛnts). 1878–1952, Hungarian dramatist and novelist. His plays include Liliom (1909)
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Mol•nár

(ˈmoʊl nɑr)

n.
Fe•renc (ˈfɛr ənts) 1878–1952, Hungarian playwright, novelist, and short-story writer.
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