Botha


Botha

Botha [boh-tuh] Examples noun

  1. Lou·is [loo-ee] /luˈi/, 1862–1919, South African general and statesman.
  2. Pie·ter Willem [pee-ter] /ˈpi tər/, 1916–2006, South African political leader: prime minister 1978–84; state president 1984–89.

Examples from the Web for botha Contemporary Examples of botha

  • By Malan, and the National Party, and Verwoerd, and Botha, and all the people who locked him up for nearly 30 years.

    The Meaning of Mandela

    Joshua DuBois

    June 30, 2013

  • Prosecutor Gerrie Nel asked Detective Botha, “You were there, what was the angle?”

    Oscar Pistorius Murder Case: What We’ve Learned So Far

    Melissa Leon

    February 21, 2013

  • Malila said Botha and two other police officers fired shots while trying to stop a minivan.

    Oscar Pistorius Murder Case: What We’ve Learned So Far

    Melissa Leon

    February 21, 2013

  • Historical Examples of botha

  • But the victory was with General Botha’s Government when the questions were voted on.

    The Story of the Great War, Volume III (of VIII)

    Various

  • But, in the end, it was General Botha who cleared out the Germs.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, March 1, 1916

    Various

  • General Botha was big, large and great in body and brain—elephantine!

    An Onlooker in France 1917-1919

    William Orpen

  • General Botha approved of and confirmed his action in every respect.

    The Petticoat Commando

    Johanna Brandt

  • With a heavy heart and many sad forebodings, Mr. Botha left him.

    The Petticoat Commando

    Johanna Brandt

  • British Dictionary definitions for botha Botha noun

    1. Louis . 1862–1919, South African statesman and general; first prime minister of the Union of South Africa (1910–19)
    2. P (ieter) W (illem). 1916–2006, South African politician; defence minister (1965–78); prime minister (1978–84); state president (1984–89)

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