Sadat

[ suh-daht, -dat ]
/ səˈdɑt, -ˈdæt /

noun

An·war el- [ahn-wahr el], /ˈɑn wɑr ɛl/, 1918–81, Egyptian political leader: president 1970–81; Nobel Peace Prize 1978.

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Sadat
/ (səˈdæt) /

noun

(Mohammed) Anwar El (ˈænwɑː ɛl). 1918–81, Egyptian statesman: president of Egypt (1970–81); assassinated; Nobel peace prize jointly with Begin 1978
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