- 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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Examples from the Web for bhutto
Despite adverse propaganda and ouster from power amid corruption charges, Bhutto remained widely popular among Pakistanis.
For them, being a woman with a Western education was enough reason to hate Bhutto with a passion.
Bhutto was famously terrible at speaking her country's national language.Imran Khan Talks U.S. Election, Drone Strikes
November 6, 2012
Both Bhutto and Yousafzai are symbols of the serious malaise afflicting Pakistan today.Shirin Tahir-Kheli: Pakistan Is Everybody’s Problem
October 12, 2012
In the meantime, Bhutto is worried about another kind of fallout from the phony vaccination program led by the Pakistani doctor.A Son Carries Benazir Bhutto’s Mantle After Her Death
June 2, 2012
- 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