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Hawke

[ hawk ]
/ hɔk /
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noun
Robert (James Lee), 1929–2019, Australian political leader: prime minister 1983–91.
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British Dictionary definitions for Hawke

Hawke
/ (hɔːk) /

noun
Edward, 1st Baron. 1705–81, British admiral. He destroyed the French fleet in Quiberon Bay (1759), preventing a French invasion of England
Robert (James Lee), known as Bob. Born 1929, Australian statesman; prime minister of Australia (1983–91)
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