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Rabin

Yitzhak. 1922--95, Israeli statesman; prime minister of Israel (1974--77; 1992--95); assassinated
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Advising Sami and Itzhak on the deal, which represents a vote of confidence in Keter's potential and in the Israeli economy, demonstrates the strength of our practice and the role we play in ensuring our clients have success in pursuing their strategic ambitions.
It emanates from the family of Itzhak Stern, Schindler's right-hand man.
After paying over a $10,000 deposit (with the balance due within a week), the bid-winner will receive an affidavit from Nathan Stern, the list's original owner, and nephew of Itzhak Stern - played by Ben Kingsley in Steven Spielberg's 1993 movie - responsible for typing out the lists.
Earlier in his career, Itzhak was an audit manager for PriceWaterhouseCoopers in New York, and a senior auditor in Israel for the company.
It has emerged that subzero temperatures would have made it too risky for cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Itzhak Perlman, clarinettist Anthony McGill and pianist Gabriela Montero to be heard live - the cold would have impaired the instruments' pitch.
She has guided the careers of some of today's leading and most beloved instrumentalists and conductors, including Itzhak Perlman, Hilary Hahn, Vadim Repin, Murray Perahia, Evgeny Kissin, Lang Lang, Franz Welser-Most, Ivan Fischer and Alan Gilbert.
From the early fifties until now, many of the young teenagers in Israel under Isaac's guidance developed into mature artists, namely Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman, Daniel Barenboim, Gil Shaham, Orli Shaham, Yefim Bronfman, Miriam Fried, Joseph Kalichstein, and many others.
Graced with an informative "Foreword" by noted violinist and Julliard faculty member Itzhak Perlman, A Living Legacy: Historic Stringed Instruments At The Julliard School by Lisa B.
Superstar violinist Itzhak Perlman comes back to town Monday to help the Eugene Symphony celebrate its 40th birthday.
Far from working as simple switches or relays in a large neural ensemble, each of these critically situated cells assists in translating familiar sights into lasting memories, proposes a team led by neurosurgeon Itzhak Fried of the University of California, Los Angeles.
This utterly delightful recital program was recorded over several days in March and November of 1965, and was originally intended to be Itzhak Perlman's debut LP.