- WilliamWilhelm Steinitz, 1836–1900, U.S. chess player, born in Austria-Hungary.
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Steinitz, like many Israeli politicians, supported the 2005 withdrawal from Gaza, known at the time as disengagement.
Steinitz said it should have protected the hitchhikers, who came from an Israeli settlement near Hebron.Israel’s Murdered Teenagers and Dying Hopes for Peace
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But Steinitz had particularly stern words for Abbas, whom he referred to by his nom de guerre, Abu Mazen.
Steinitz also led what one mainstream outlet called an "information war" against a deal.Blame America First—And Only
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Steinitz vows to provide 50 million shekels ($13 million) to the center in its first year as a university.Plus Ça Change
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"So you may as well lock it, Steinitz," and this was done promptly.
I sent for Steinitz and told him to have a carriage got ready for me at once.
Zukertort and Steinitz are his heroes, and he is as melodious on mates as he is graceful on gambits.Reviews
Compulsory quick moving is the thing for gaiety, and that is why, though we revere Steinitz and Lasker, it is Bird we love.Certain Personal Matters
H. G. Wells
Steinitz, who beats them both in match play, does not essay more than six blindfold at a time.Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development
- Wilhelm (ˈvɪlhɛlm). 1836–1900, US chess player, born in Prague; world champion (1866–94)
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