- Gol·da [gohl-duh] /ˈgoʊl də/, Goldie MabovitchGoldie Myerson, 1898–1978, Israeli political leader, born in Russia: prime minister 1969–74.
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This is Meir Kahane Memorial Park, and it is meant to tell you something.Inside Hebron, Israel’s Heart of Darkness
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According to the party general secretary Dror Morag, "Pepe will be in the front for the first half of the term and then Meir."Setting the Record Straight on a Meretz Scandal
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Meir Javedanfar, a frequently cited Israeli commentator on Iran, had a similar assessment.White House Debunks Iran Nuclear Explosion, But Iran Denies Planting Story
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But Meir Kahane was such an unsavory figure: angry, diabolical, manipulative, a perfect villain.Why I Like Naftali Bennett
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At that point I knew, I had heard these tropes before: “What do you think of Meir Kahane?”Young Israeli Rightists Choose Between Ultra-Nationalists
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He bought a house on Meir Square, one of the noted locations in Antwerp.Great Artists, Vol 1.
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Meir of Rothenburg was a poet and martyr as well as a profound scholar.
Meir, whom we take as representative of the third generation of Tannaim, was filled with the widest sympathies.
The width of Meir's sympathies may be seen in his tolerant conduct towards his friend Elisha, the son of Abuya.
Again, Meir was famed for his knowledge of fables, in antiquity a branch of the wisdom of all the Eastern world.
- Golda (ˈɡəʊldə) 1898–1978, Israeli stateswoman, born in Russia; prime minister (1969–74)
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