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Dubinsky, David Syllabification: Du·bin·sky, David
Pronunciation: /do͞oˈbinskē/

Definition of Dubinsky, David in English:

( 1892–1982), US labor leader and social reformer; born in Russia. He served as president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union 1932–66 and was responsible for reforms such as improved housing and healthcare.

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