[ shev-erd-nahd-zuh; Russian shi-vuhrd-nah-dzuh ]
/ ˌʃɛv ərdˈnɑd zə; Russian ʃɪ vʌrdˈnɑ dzə /
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Ed·uard A. [ed-werd; Russian ed-wahrt], /ˈɛd wərd; Russian ɛdˈwɑrt/, 1928–2014, Soviet foreign minister 1985–91; president of his native Georgian Republic 1995–2003.
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But at least the ousted President Eduard Shevardnadze, for all the allegations of corruption against him, never was detained.Georgian Ex-President Faces Criminal Charges, Blames Putin Cronies|Will Cathcart|July 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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/ (ˌʃɛvədˈnɑːdzə) /
Eduard (Amvrosiyevich). born 1928, Georgian statesman; president of Georgia (1992–2003); Soviet minister of foreign affairs (1985–91), who played an important part in arms negotiations with the US
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