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Duvalier, François British & World English

(1907–71), Haitian statesman, President 1957–71; known as Papa Doc. His regime was noted for its oppressive nature, opponents being assassinated or forced into exile by his security force, the Tontons Macoutes. He was succeeded by his son Jean-Claude (b.1951), known as Baby Doc, who was overthrown in 1986

MusD British & World English

Doctor of Music

postdoc British & World English

A person engaged in postdoctoral research

Dr Martens British & World English

A type of heavy lace-up boot or shoe with an air-cushioned sole

Doc Martens in Dr Martens British & World English

A type of heavy lace-up boot or shoe with an air-cushioned sole

langue d'oc British & World English

The form of medieval French spoken south of the Loire, generally characterized by the use of oc to mean ‘yes’, and forming the basis of modern Provençal

Papa Doc in Duvalier, François British & World English

(1907–71), Haitian statesman, President 1957–71; known as Papa Doc. His regime was noted for its oppressive nature, opponents being assassinated or forced into exile by his security force, the Tontons Macoutes. He was succeeded by his son Jean-Claude (b.1951), known as Baby Doc, who was overthrown in 1986

Baby Doc in Duvalier, François British & World English

(1907–71), Haitian statesman, President 1957–71; known as Papa Doc. His regime was noted for its oppressive nature, opponents being assassinated or forced into exile by his security force, the Tontons Macoutes. He was succeeded by his son Jean-Claude (b.1951), known as Baby Doc, who was overthrown in 1986

doc English-Spanish

doctor,

drama-doc English-Spanish

docudrama masculine