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Husák

[ hoo-sahk; English hoo-sak ]
/ ˈhʊ sɑk; English ˈhu sæk /
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noun
Gus·táv [goos-tahf], /ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1913–91, Czechoslovak political leader: first secretary of the Communist Party 1969–87; president 1975–89.
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How to use Husák in a sentence

  • She is robed and crowned, her arms fettered with golden chains, and holds herself proudly, not looking at Husak.

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