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 (snēd), Samuel Jackson Known as "Sam." 1912-2002.
American golfer who won three PGA championships (1942, 1949, and 1951) and three Masters tournaments (1949, 1952, and 1954).


(sniːd) or


dialect the handle or shaft of a scythe


(Biography) Sam(uel Jackson). 1912–2002, US golfer; winner of seven major tournaments between 1938 and 1951
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