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Lumumba

[ loo-moom-buh ]
/ lʊˈmʊm bə /
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noun
Pa·trice (Em·er·gy) [puh-trees-em-er-zhee], /pəˈtris ˌɛm ɛrˈʒi/, 1925–61, African political leader: premier of the Democratic Republic of the Congo 1960–61.
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Lumumba
/ (lʊˈmʊmbə) /

noun
Patrice (pəˈtriːs). 1925–61, Congolese statesman; first prime minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo (1960); assassinated
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