[ lˈɛnən], [ lˈɛnən], [ l_ˈɛ_n_ə_n]
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How to use "Lennon" in context?
John Winston lennon was born on April 17, 1940, in the City of Liverpool in England. Lennon was the son of John and Julia Lennon. Julia, who was of Irish descent, was a seamstress. John was a docker and later a fitter and turner. As a youngster, Lennon was interested in both music and art. He began to show an interest in music at an early age and learned to play the guitar. In 1950, Lennon met another music lover, Harry Harrison, and the two began to write songs together. In 1952, Lennon formed a band called the Quarrymen with his friends George Harrison, Paul McCartney, and others.
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