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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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But I did not notice the door from the passage softly and slowly open at that instant and a figure come in, stop short, and begin staring at us in perplexity I glanced, nearly swooned with shame, and rushed back to my room.
The head remains calm and the weight kept back until the swing begins or the baseball reaches the release point.
The chronicle presented in Maggie and Kate: A Friendship Begins recounts the story of two little girls: Maggie and Kate as they begin Kindergarten.
My fiction course begins with well-known fairy tales followed by little-known variants, then contemporary rewritings.
The new service begins on 3 May, with the exception of the second daily JFK - San Jose and third daily JFK - San Diego service which begin 17 June.
At the election of the taxpayer, start-up expenditures and organizational expenditures may be amortized over a period of not less than 60 months, beginning with the month in which the trade or business begins.
As 2005 begins, hundreds of companies will need to be adept at various bits of EPC technology.
The Second Sunday after Christmas continues the transition in which the community first hears God's new song and then begins the task of learning to sing that song for themselves.
After finishing the short "a" phrase of a bar form, for instance, a player begins to expect either an identical subsequent phrase or a very similar one of the same length and rhythms, followed by a "b" phrase that is twice the length and based on similar material.
From the age of 60 onward, the female shape begins to lose its shape.