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Joa·quin [hwah-keen], /ʰwɑˈkin/, Joaquin Balaguer y Ricardo, 1907–2002, Dominican political leader: president 1960–62, 1966–78, 1986–96.
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Victor Balaguer, exiled from his native country, was received with open arms by the Provençals.Frdric Mistral|Charles Alfred Downer
Balaguer , Urgel , Solsona , are the most populous of the remaining.Spain|Wentworth Webster
British Dictionary definitions for Balaguer
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Joaquin (ˈjoːakɪn). 1907–2002, Dominican statesman; president of the Dominican Republic (1960–62, 1966–78, 1986–96)
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