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 3, 2012
Guns, Generals and Votes Gershom Gorenberg November 15, 2012
Full Video and Transcript of Obama’s Speech in Israel Justin Green March 20, 2013
Bibi Blames the Victims Gershom Gorenberg April 8, 2012
The Dubious Successes of Israel’s Media Watch Elisheva Goldberg September 10, 2013
Rubio Needs A Lesson In Peace Process History Brent E. Sasley February 24, 2013
The Last Revolutionary Gershom Gorenberg July 1, 2012

verb -gins, -ginning, -gan, -gun
to start or cause to start (something or to do something)
to bring or come into being for the first time; arise or originate
to start to say or speak
(used with a negative) to have the least capacity (to do something): he couldn’t begin to compete with her
to begin with, in the first place
noun
Menachem (məˈnɑːkɪm). 1913–92, Israeli statesman, born in Poland. In Palestine after 1942, he became a leader of the militant Zionists; prime minister of Israel (1977–83); Nobel peace prize jointly with Sadat 1978. In 1979 he concluded the Camp David treaty with Anwar Sadat of Egypt
v.

begin to see daylight
begin to see the light
begin with

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