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[ih-nœ-ny] /ɪ nœˈnü/

[is-met] /ɪsˈmɛt/ (Show IPA), (Ismet Paşa) 1884–1973, president of Turkey 1938–50; prime minister 1923–24, 1925–37, 1961–65.
/ˈiːnɜːˌnʊ; ˌɪnɜːˈnuː/
Ismet (ɪsˈmɛt, ˈɪsmɛt). 1884–1973, Turkish statesman; president of Turkey (1938–50) and prime minister (1923–37; 1961–65)


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