[ US /ˈmitɝˌænd, ˈmitɝˌɔnd/ ]
  1. French statesman and president of France from 1981 to 1985 (1916-1996)
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How To Use Mitterrand In A Sentence

  • A more serious breach of ethics came with the publication of a picture of Mitterrand on his deathbed.
  • Consider late French President François Mitterrand, who enjoyed a very special delicacy: a small songbird called the ortolan, drowned in Armagnac, then flambéed and eaten whole. Carla Bruni Eats Well, But Nicolas Sarkozy Just Eats Chocolates, Says French Chef
  • It even had a name: la pensee unique, the single line of thought shared by generations of leaders, most recently German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, a Christian Democrat, and French President Francois Mitterrand, a socialist. Left? Right? Center?
  • To try to digitalize a wide array of books published in the 20th century, French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand has proposed plans to create a central clearing house for out-of-print books. Google Reaches Book Deal in France
  • Next week he'll be in Florida for consultations with President Mitterrand.
  • Giscard's position has been weakened by his refusal to declare his candidacy and the animosity between him and Mitterrand.
  • In France, broadcast deregulation was implemented by the socialist Mitterrand government.
  • Mitterrand quickly favoured Jospin and by 1973 had already brought him into the national secretariat of the party.
  • President Mitterrand arrived in Hanoi yesterday to bury old colonial and cold war enmities.
  • During World War II, Mitterrand began the break with conservative orthodoxy that resulted in his becoming France's most influential Socialist politician.
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