- Yitz·hak [yits-hahk] /yɪtsˈhɑk/, 1915–2012, Israeli political leader: prime minister 1986–92.
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The president came to believe Shamir misled him on the settlement issue, or flat-out lied to him.
Like Bush 41 and Shamir, Bill Clinton and Benjamin Netanyahu were not exactly soul mates.
Or is he merely another Shamir, a reluctant partner until the end?Is there a Rabin-Netanyahu Link?
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August 2, 2013
A pro-Putin outlet got in touch to say Shamir had been asking for $10,000 for access to the cables.
Disturbingly, Assange seems to have a personal motivation for staying friendly with Shamir.
With motherly tenderness she hurries to split the stone by applying the Shamir.
The Shamir stones are male and female; buried deep in the ground they are capable of multiplying.
He that weareth the Shamir findeth favour with kings and hath no dread of evil spirits.
The Shamir, O, King, is the only might in creation to do the work in accordance with the divine behest.
- Yitzhak (ˈjɪtʒæk). 1915–2012, Israeli statesman, born in Poland: prime minister (1983–84; 1986–92): foreign minister (1980–83; 1984–86)
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