American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Tito, Marshal. Originally Josip Broz (brōz, brôz) 1892-1980. Yugoslavian politician who led the resistance to Nazi occupation during World War II, established independence from the USSR (1948), and as president (1953-1980) pursued a national Communism that stressed neutrality in foreign affairs.
- n. Yugoslav statesman who led the resistance to German occupation during World War II and established a communist state after the war (1892-1980)
“The easy example is the Germans under Hitler, or more recently the people who'd lived side by side for 50 years in Tito's Yugoslavia.”
“Austria and were trying to meet the rebels in Titos Army.”
“The easiest way for me to get the phrasing right in "Parto! ma tu ben mio," Sesto's aria from Mozart's La clemenza di Tito, is to imagine that it's gospel music.”
“My father gave me the nickname of Tito when I was about a year old.”
“Owner John Henry puts it this way: Tito is a highly integral part of our organization now.”
““Not since the Jackson Five has the name Tito been used so often.””
“Much like in Titoâ€ ™ s Yugoslavia, the secular Saddam era Iraq did not want religious distinction to become paramount.”
“Tito is 17 lbs of vocal fury towards anything and everything.”
“It would confirm all that Tito is saying about it having degenerated into imperialism.”
“Tito is a Communist -- he claims to be the real Communist leader.”
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