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Rabin

[ rah-been ]
/ rɑˈbin /
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noun
Yitz·hak [yits-khahk], /yɪtsˈxɑk/, 1922–95, Israeli military and political leader: prime minister 1974–77 and 1992–95: Nobel Peace Prize 1994.
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Rabin
/ (rəˈbiːn) /

noun
Yitzhak . 1922–95, Israeli statesman; prime minister of Israel (1974–77; 1992–95); assassinated
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