- Ra·jen·dra [rah-jen-druh] /rɑˈdʒɛn drə/, 1884–1963, first president of the Republic of India 1950–62.
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An executive order may be stronger than an ICE internal memo, but “some offices will be hostile to the new policy,” said Prasad.
Prasad believes that had she been born in Mexico, she would have been deported there immediately.
The astrologer pointed to the mark on Prasad's arm with triumph.
Ahmad waved his hand indifferently, as he drew Prasad to a room apart.
Prasad clearly perceived the force of the Mohammedan's suggestion.
Prasad, in turn, read the letter, and then tossed it contemptuously from him.
As to Prasad Singh, he is evidently jealous of my influence with the Rani.
- Rajendra (rɑːˈdʒɛndrə). 1884–1963, Indian statesman and journalist; first president of India (1950–62)