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Meir

Golda 1898--1978, Israeli stateswoman, born in Russia; prime minister (1969--74)
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CEO Rick Bazerghi said Australia was only ever the first step for Meir.
The quote from Prime Minister Meir reads: "Trust yourself.
Police had gone to his home after Meir ran amok with the machete at a home on Richardson Road, central Stockton earlier that day.
The court prolonged the incarceration of Meir Ettinger until at least Sunday, judicial sources said.
Enhanced with the inclusion of a three page Bibliography, twelve pages of Endnotes, and a very useful Index, "Golda Meir-True Grit" is highly recommended for the non-specialist general reader with an interest in the life and accomplishments of Gold Meir, and would prove to be a popular addition to community library 20th Century Biography collections.
I do not want to blame anyone, but over the course of 1973, the war could have been prevented," Kissinger told Meir after it was over, according to Kipnis.
This June, marking the visit's 40th anniversary, the Israel State Archives released declassified documents showing a previously unknown side of Brandt's trip: In a one-on-one meeting, Meir told Brandt that he could pass a message to Sadat that Israel was willing to begin peace talks in secret.
Meir had command of supernatural powers (locked in the thread of blue), capable of saving his master from the punishment meted out to heretics in the hereafter, without being entirely dependent on God's mercy.
FORMER Prime Minister Golda Meir, a pioneer of the state of Israel, died yesterday at the age of 80.
Enoch's Fish and Chip shop owner Danny White Meir from Llandudno Junction, Conwy and Hannah Finch-Saunders are spearheading the Aberconwy Fish Fight - inspired by the chef's TV series Hugh's Fish Fight.
Meir often cites Sholem Aleichems accounts of Kiev Jewish life, as this prominent Yiddish writer lived in the city for over a decade and knew quite well from his own experience what it meant to be a Jew in Kiev.
As a kid, Jessica Meir was interested in biology and space travel.