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Houphouet-Boigny

[ French oo-fwey-bwah-nyee ]
/ French uˈfweɪ bwɑˈnyi /
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noun

Fé·lix [French fey-leeks], /French ˈfeɪ liks/, 1905–1993, Ivory Coast political leader: president 1960–93.

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Houphouet-Boigny
/ (French ufwɛbwaɲi) /

noun

Félix (feliks). 1905–93, Côte d'Ivoire statesman; president of the Côte d'Ivoire (1960–93)
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