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Rabin

Yitzhak. 1922--95, Israeli statesman; prime minister of Israel (1974--77; 1992--95); assassinated
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Boundaries and limits do not exist for Ferriabough-Charlton, Itzhak said.
A new documentary, "Itzhak," premiered in October 2017 as the opening film of the Hamptons International Film Festival.
Heat 3: Hwang Daeheon (South Korea), Itzhak de Laat (Netherlands), Wu Daijing (China)
Itzhak Swary, Chairman of Champion Motors Ltd., stated: "We are delighted to work with KODA AUTO and to strengthen the cooperation even further."
The study was issued by the National Bureau of Economic Research, and was conducted by Brian Baugh, Hoonsuk Park, and Itzhak Ben-David, all of Ohio State University.
Itzhak Fisher, executive vice president of global business development at Nielsen, further explained that, through Toluna, ITWP will allow his business to collaborate on market research technologies and digital data.
* Itzhak Ben-David, Ohio State University and NBER; Ajay Palvia, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; and Chester Spatt, Carnegie Mellon University and NBER, "Banks' Internal Capital Markets and Deposit Rates"
Other members of the committee were the External directors, Linda Ben Shoshan, Gitit Guberman, Itzhak Halamish and Bracha Litvak as well as Bank Hapoalim representative, Zeev Chayu, with Shurky and Koren as the ISA (Israeli Security Authority) observers.
44) Julie Andrews, Patti Austin, Michael Buble, Elina Garanca, Josh Groban, Don Henley, Audra McDonald, Itzhak Perlman and Take 6 perform at a Lincoln Center gala celebrating the 40th anniversary of "Great Performances.''
It emanates from the family of Itzhak Stern, Schindler's accountant and right hand man (played by Ben Kingsley in the Oscar-winning film.) "There are three others known which are in institutional hands.
The list, one of only four, was typed by Schindler's accountant and right-hand man Itzhak Stern and is dated in pencil April 18, 1945.
The 14-page typewritten list, one of only four in existence, was previously owned by the German industrialist's right-hand man and accountant Itzhak Stern.