Eshkol

[esh-kawl, esh-kawl]
noun
  1. Le·vi [lee-vee, ley-vee] /ˈli vi, ˈleɪ vi/, Levi Shkolnik, 1895–1969, Israeli statesman, born in Russia: prime minister 1963–69.
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Contemporary Examples of eshkol

  • "The Cabinet wants the Old City," Eshkol told the defense minister Dayan.

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    "The Temple Mount Is In Our Hands"

    Benny Morris

    May 8, 2012

  • Homesickby Eshkol Nevo A popular Israeli novelist's portrait of an Israeli town and the complexity of the relationships within.

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    This Week's Hot Reads

    The Daily Beast

    May 24, 2010

Historical Examples of eshkol