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Bhutto

[ boo-toh ]
/ ˈbu toʊ /
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noun
Be·na·zir [ben-uh-zeer], /ˌbɛn əˈzɪər/, 1953–2007, prime minister of Pakistan 1988–90 and 1993–96.
Zul·fi·kar Ali [zool-fi-kahr], /ˈzul fɪˌkɑr/, 1928–79, Pakistani political leader: president 1971–73 and prime minister 1973–77.
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Bhutto
/ (ˈbuːtəʊ) /

noun
Benazir (ˈbɛnəzɪə). (1953–2007), Pakistani stateswoman; prime minister of Pakistan (1988–90; 1993–96); deposed and subsequently defeated in elections in 1997; assassinated during the 2007 election campaign
her father, Zulfikar Ali (ˈzʊlfɪkɑː ˈɑːlɪ). 1928–79, Pakistani statesman; president (1971–73) and prime minister (1973–77) of Pakistan: executed for the murder of a political rival
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