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Ben-Zvi

[ ben-tsvee ]
/ bɛnˈtsvi /
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noun
Itz·hak [yits-hok], /ˈyɪts hɒk/, 1884?–1963, Israeli statesman, born in Russia: president of Israel 1952–63.
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Ben-Zvi
/ (bɛnˈzviː, Hebrew bɛnˈtsviː) /

noun
Itzhak (ˈjɪtsxak). 1884–1963, Israeli statesman; president (1952–63)
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