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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbehestbe‧hest /bɪˈhest/ noun   at the behest of somebody
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behestI also had the opportunity of conducting a number of interviews with Idi Amin, at his own behest.Administration officials have said he was given the job at the behest of the White House.Like producing their first two records at the behest of inquiring fans.He notes that Slobodan Milosevic refused to privatise the economy, but without noting at whose behest.
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