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Sha·pir·o

 (shə-pîr′ō), Karl Jay 1913-2000.
American poet and critic known for his early poems concerning World War II and his later works in free verse.

Shapiro

(ʃəˈpiːrəʊ)
n
(Biography) Jonathan. publishing as Zapiro. born 1958, South African political cartoonist

Sha•pi•ro

(ʃəˈpɪər oʊ)

n.
Karl (Jay), 1913–2000, U.S. poet.
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Dani Shapiro is a novelist and short story writer, but above all she is a memoirist.
For example, in the second chapter, "The Dual Nature of Identity," Shapiro delves into the paradox of human personality--it feels both fixed and also changeable.
Shapiro died peacefully at her home in Watertown on Thursday April 30th surrounded by her family, after a courageous battle with ovarian cancer.
Karl Shapiro, author of the seminal, Jewish-themed collection of poetry, Poems of a Jew (1958), is a poet whose relationship to Whitman has been regrettably dwarfed by Ginsberg's.
Robin Shapiro has lived in the Rockaways for nearly 30 years, raising her children ther and, eventually, starting her own real estate firm, Shapiro Realty.
US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro said his nation's military is ready to execute "the military option" on Iran's nuclear program if need be.
We turned to rider Darin Shapiro, wakeboarding legend and designer of new GrindWater wakesurf boards (grindwater.
In the course of his travels with nomadic tribes, Bob Shapiro rode an elephant across Thailand, a camel over the Sahara desert and a donkey through Afghanistan, all the while living and eating with the itinerant cultures.
The clenbuterol matter could take a little longer, board chairman Richard Shapiro said.
This is a breakthrough not only in numerical relativity, but it is a necessary step in preparing us to observe gravity waves" comments theorist Stuart Shapiro of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future, by Ben Shapiro, Washington, D.
Shapiro, a Brooklyn native and professor at the Columbia School of Journalism.