- Fran·cis·co In·da·le·cio [frahn-sees-kaw een-dah-le-syaw] /frɑnˈsis kɔ ˌin dɑˈlɛ syɔ/, 1873–1913, Mexican revolutionary and political leader: president 1911–13.
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Examples from the Web for madero
I was most interested in hearing, at first hand, about Madero.
Well, Madero is coming to change it all, to heal the antique sores of Mexico.
The town is busy preparing for the reception of Madero and for the elections.
He had found Madero at Tehuacan, and had had an interesting hour with him.
Madero has been duly elected, and the streets rang all night to vivas for him.