Manley

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Man·ley

 (măn′lē), Michael 1924-1997.
Jamaican socialist politician who served as prime minister (1972-1980 and 1989-1992). A leader of the Jamaican trade union movement, he advocated Caribbean solidarity and worldwide redistribution of wealth.
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Manley

(ˈmænlɪ)
n
(Biography) Michael Norman. 1924–97, Jamaican statesman; prime minister of Jamaica (1972–80; 1989–92)
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