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  • Menachem begin

    Menachem [muh-nah-khuh m] /məˈnɑ xəm/ (Show IPA), 1913–92, Israeli political leader, born in Poland: prime minister 1977–83; Nobel Peace Prize 1978. Contemporary Examples What Bibi Told Me Mort Zuckerman June 14, 2009 Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Jews Have Permission To Believe Shmarya Rosenberg March 13, 2013 First Step to Peace: Admitting that it’s Complicated Yehudah Mirsky May […]

  • Beginning of the end, the

    The start of a bad outcome (ruin, disaster, catastrophe, death), as in Joe’s failing two of his courses was the beginning of the end; he dropped out soon afterward. This phrase, at first (16th century) used only to describe an approaching death, gained a new meaning after the French lost the battle of Leipzig in […]

  • Beginning, in the

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  • Begins

    to proceed to perform the first or earliest part of some action; commence; start: The story begins with their marriage. to come into existence; arise; originate: The custom began during the Civil War. to proceed to perform the first or earliest part of (some action): Begin the job tomorrow. to originate; be the originator of: […]

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