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Ne Win

[ ne -win ]
/ ˈnɛ ˈwɪn /
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noun
U [oo], /u/, Maung Shu Maung, 1911–2002, Burmese soldier and political leader: prime minister 1958–60, 1962–74; president 1974–81.
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Ne Win
/ (ˈneɪ ˈwɪn) /

noun
U (uː). 1911–2002, Burmese statesman and general; prime minister (1958–60), head of the military government (1962–74), and president (1974–81)
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