Baudouin I

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Bau·douin I

 (bō-dwăN′) 1930-1993.
King of the Belgians (1951-1993) who ascended the throne after his father, Leopold III, abdicated. In 1960, he granted independence to the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo).
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Baudouin I

(French bodwɛ̃)
(Biography) 1930–93, king of Belgium (1951–93)
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Bau•douin I

(Fr. boʊˈdwɛ̃)
1930–93, king of Belgium 1951–93.
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