Guzman blanco

[ahn-taw-nyaw] /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/ (show ipa), 1829–99, venezuelan political leader: president 1870–88.
historical examples

as the phrase went, guzman blanco “taught venezuela to read.”
the hispanic nations of the new world william r. shepherd

while the formidable guzman blanco was still alive, the various presidents acted cautiously.
the hispanic nations of the new world william r. shepherd

crespo and guzman blanco both started from here on their way to the presidential chair in caracas.
up the orinoco and down the magdalena h. j. mozans

antonio (anˈtonjo). 1829–99, venezuelan statesman; president (1873–77; 1879–84; 1886–87). he was virtual dictator of venezuela from 1870 until his overthrow (1889)

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