American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Aristide, Jean-Bertrand Born 1953. Haitian priest and politician who served as the first elected president of Haiti (1991-1996). Having spent most of his first term in exile in the United States (1991-1994), he was restored to power by U.S. troops and served as president from 1994 to 1996 and 2001 to 2004.
“Fr. Aristide is a Christian priest, by the way (laicized so that he could run for office, but as they say, once a priest always a priest).”
“Otherwise, a rather less than simple Google search did indeed reveal Aristide is in South Africa, not his original exile location of Central African Republic.”
“The only crime Aristide is guilty of is not following the Washington consensus, that is why he had to go.”
“Aristide is curious of these and sets off to discover the mystery.”
“Aristide is a scholar of the Implied Spaces, travelling from pocket universe to pocket universe with his faithful cat Bitsy (an avatar of the planet-sized AI Endora) to see what lies outside of the known.”
“Aristide is on the go, I'm the only one that can step in.”
“I pointed out up thread, but these folks seem not to get the point, so I’ll say it again: Father Aristide is a Christian priest.”
““…” Aristide is the only president in our history who has done something for us,” said one voodoo practitioner.”
“Earlier, on 19 January, then US state department spokesman PJ Crowley tweeted, referring to Aristide: "today Haiti needs to focus on its future, not its past.”
“US Ambassador Carney called Aristide "toast," and Haiti's President told CNN on February 26 that an international community token gesture would have stopped the insurgency in its tracks.”
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