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Desmond Tutu

(ˌdɛzmənd ˈtuːtuː)
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(Education) informal Brit a university degree graded 2:2 (second class lower bracket). Often shortened to: Desmond
[C20: a pun on 2:2 and Desmond Tutu]
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Noun1.Desmond Tutu - South African prelate and leader of the antiapartheid struggle (born in 1931)
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