Hollande

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Hol·lande

(ō-länd′, -läNd′), François Born 1954.
French politician who was elected president in 2012.
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Hollande

(ɔlɑ̃d)
n
(Biography) François (frɑ̃swa). born 1954, French socialist politician, president of France from 2012
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