dictator

[ dik-tey-ter, dik-tey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF dictator

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It was sent me by Bompland, and was given to him by the Dictator of Paraguay himself.

The King need not be persuaded after he has appointed his Dictator.

But the Dictator intended that his word should be heard and his will should be done.

"We will take you for a ride in one," the dictator of Subterro says.

To the mind of the dictator himself, however, came no such change.

Could it be the dictator's intention to give battle and avenge what he had failed to save?

The dictator had not condemned, then; he had even spoken well of him.

Grab the dictator and shove a pistol in his face and you have everything.

Indeed, we must admit that for a dictator of genius the thing was not difficult.

As dictator, he is a buffoon; let him make himself emperor, he will be grotesque.

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