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Brazza

[ French bra-za ]
/ French braˈza /
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noun

Pierre Paul Fran·çois Ca·mille Sa·vor·gnan de [pyer pawl frahn-swa ka-mee-yuh sa-vawr-nyahn duh], /pyɛr pɔl frɑ̃ˈswa kaˈmi yə sa vɔrˈnyɑ̃ də/, 1852–1905, French explorer in Africa, born in Italy.

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