American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Shamir, Yitzhak Originally Yitzhak Yezernitsky. Born 1915. Polish-born Israeli politician. He served as a member of Israel's intelligence agency (1955-1965), the Israeli parliament (1973-1996), and as prime minister (1983-1984 and 1986-1992).
“Shamir is now going to be working on two films, one looking at anti-semitic feeling, how it comes about and what the extent of it is, the other is about what can happen to soldiers after they return from conflict.”
“He takes the name Shamir -- he takes it as -- when he's in the underground as a code name.”
“They were, most probably, uterine brothers. dwelt in Shamir in mount Ephraim -- As a central place, he made it the seat of government.”
“Big risk: A more likely last resort is for Bush simply to call Shamir one day and tell him that Washington and Moscow are planning to invite all the parties to a peace conference.”
“I conferred with Nick Veliotes and Sam Lewis by phone and called Shamir, who was still in the United States.”
“Adamant the translation of the Hebrew word Shamir in (Ezekiel 3: 9) and”
“As Pollard notes, Lord Ahmed has bravely spoken out in favor of deporting Islamofascist extremists from the UK, which makes his association with "Shamir" real name: Jöran Jermas all the more baffling and disappointing.”
“Industry Ltd. (Nasdaq: SHMR) ( "Shamir"), a leading provider of innovative products and”
“(Nasdaq: SHMR) ( "Shamir"), a leading provider of innovative products and financial results for the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2009.”
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