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Halsey, William Frederick Syllabification: Hal·sey, William Frederick
Pronunciation: /ˈhôlzē/

Definition of Halsey, William Frederick in English:

( 1882–1959), US naval officer; known as Bull. He was commander of Allied naval forces in the South Pacific 1942–44 and of the US Third Fleet 1944–45, during the American advance on Japan.

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