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  1. Gleason, Jackie

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      (1916–87), US entertainer; born Herbert John Gleason; known as the Great One. He is best known for his comedic work on television on The Jackie Gleason Show between 1952 and 1970 and as bus driver Ralph Kramden on The Honeymooners (1955–56). He also appeared on Broadway in Take Me Along (1959) and in movies such as The Hustler (1961) and Nothing in Common (1986).
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    • n. another name for fiscal

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    • ph. (1919–72), US baseball player; full name Jack Roosevelt Robinson. Joining the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947, he became the first modern-era black player in the major leagues (baseball was briefly desegregated in the 1880s). In 1949, he led the National League with a .342 batting average and was named the league's Most Valuable Player. He retired in 1957. Baseball Hall of Fame (1962).

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    • ph. (born 1939), British motor-racing driver; born John Young Stewart. He was three times Formula One world champion (1969; 1971; 1973).

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    • ph. (born 1939), British race car driver; born John Young Stewart. He was the world champion three times—1969, 1971, and 1973.

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    • ph. (born 1962) US track and field athlete. She won gold medals in the heptathlon in the 1988 and 1992 Olympic Games.

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