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Menachem . 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

BEGIN

[bi′gin]
(computer science)
An enclosing statement of ALGOL used to indicate the beginning of a block; any variable in a block enclosed by BEGIN and END is normally local to this block.
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'Life is a succession of beginnings. Every day, every hour, every moment in life, every one of us is confronted with new beginnings.
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The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, like the Boys Choir of Harlem and The Dance Theatre of Harlem, had humble beginnings. It gained wide acclaim over the decades but experienced a financial rough patch in the early 1990s.
The universe, therefore, must have had a beginning. That this was true appeared to be confirmed by theory and observation in the 20th century as astronomers observed that the universe was expanding.
Another assessment tool, The Dynamic Indicators of Beginning Literacy Skills (DIBELS) are considered "brief but powerful measures of the critical skills that underlie early reading success" according to Good & Kaminski (2003, p 1).
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