Suharto


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Su·har·to

also Soe·har·to (so͞o-här′tō) 1921—2008.
Indonesian military and political leader who seized power in 1967 and was elected president in 1968. He resigned under pressure in 1998 following an economic crisis.

Suharto

(sʊˈhɑːtəʊ)
n
(Biography) T. N. J. 1921–2008, Indonesian general and statesman; president (1968–98)

Su•har•to

(suˈhɑr toʊ)

n.
Raden, born 1921, president of Indonesia 1968–98.
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Noun1.Suharto - Indonesian statesman who seized power from Sukarno in 1967 (born in 1921)
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