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Bikila

[ bih-kee-luh ]
/ bɪˈki lə /
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noun
A·be·be [ah-bey-bey], /ɑˈbeɪ beɪ/, 1932–73, Ethiopian track-and-field athlete.
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Bikila
/ (bɪˈkiːlə) /

noun
Abebe (əˈbeɪbeɪ). 1932–73, Ethiopian long-distance runner: winner of the Marathon at the Olympic Games in Rome (1960) and Tokyo (1964)
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