A·nas·ta·sio [ah-nahs-tah-syaw], /ˌɑ nɑsˈtɑ syɔ/, 1780–1853, Mexican military and political leader: president 1830–32, 1837–41.
Sir (William) Alexander, 1884–1977, Jamaican political leader: prime minister 1962–67.
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How to use Bustamante in a sentence
Gavin's not going to have an Arnold, and he's not going to have a Bustamante.
Father Bustamante breathed his last before daylight; my uncle took to his bed, and never rose more.Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton
Father Bustamante was an aged priest, who had been particularly kind to my uncle on his first arrival in Malaga.Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton
In 1718 Governor Bustamante reoccupied Zamboanga for the purpose of waging war against piracy.The History of Sulu | Najeeb M. Saleeby
Bustamante immediately took steps to re-organize the government and to place the finances of the colony on a sound footing.The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies | Charles Henry Cunningham
At the end of six months the efforts of Bustamante had netted a sum of 293,000 pesos to the royal treasury.The Audiencia in the Spanish Colonies | Charles Henry Cunningham