- Sé·kou [sey-koo] /ˈseɪ ku/, 1922–84, Guinean political leader: prime minister 1958-72; president 1958–84.
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But his piece outraged Daily Beast columnist Toure, who fired back with this.The Daily Beast Hip Hop Battle
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Toure on why his one-year-old son is like a tiny celebrity: frighteningly self-absorbed, all id—and frequently half-naked.Babies! They're Just Like Stars
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Election Analysis from Tina Brown, Toure, Jessi Klein, Mark Katz and more.Anatomy of the Big Night
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Into that Toure wyll I goe vp, and trust to execute what you haue requyred me.
And that the day might not discouer hir, she woulde haue gone downe from the Toure, but she found the Ladder to be taken away.
And Israell went thẽce and pitched vp his tent beyonde the toure of Eder.The First Boke of Moses called Genesis
- (Ahmed) Sékou (ˈseɪkuː). 1922–84, president of the Republic of Guinea (1958–84)
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