HARRY BACHE SMITH
\hˈaɹi bˈɑːk smˈɪθ], \hˈaɹi bˈɑːk smˈɪθ], \h_ˈa_ɹ_i b_ˈɑː_k s_m_ˈɪ_θ]\
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An American author, dramatist and critic; born in Buffalo, N. Y., in 1860. Among his many opera librettos are "Robin Hood", "Rob Roy", "The Fortune Teller", "Wizard of the Nile", "Foxy Quiller" and "The Casino Girl". He also wrote "Will Shakespeare" (a comedy) (1893); "Lyrics and Sonnets" (1894); "Stage Lyrics" (1901).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- Malignant lymphoma in which neoplastic cells diffusely infiltrate the entire lymph node without any definite organized Patients whose lymphomas present a diffuse pattern generally have more unfavorable survival outlook than those presenting with follicular or nodular pattern.