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E·ban

 (ē′bən), Abba 1915-2002.
South African-born Israeli politician who served as Israel's first permanent delegate to the United Nations (1949-1959), ambassador to the United States (1950-1959), and foreign minister (1966-1974).

E•ban

(ˈi bən)

n.
Ab•ba (ˈɑ bə) (Aubrey Solomon Eban), born 1915, Israeli political leader, born in South Africa.
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Both Darren and Eban were taken onto the lifeboat unharmed.
Drawing on exclusive accounts from whistleblowers and regulators, as well as thousands of pages of confidential documents, Eban reveals an industry where fraud is rampant."
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Eban Hyams of Indian origin living in Australia, an entertainer and the captain of the Hyderabad Ballers team, says, "I feel really great coming back to Hyderabad.
The then Israeli foreign minister Abba Eban summarised the moment when he told the ministers on June 14 with euphoric arrogance: "In the history of mankind, there has been nothing like the public diplomacy success [that] Israel has had this past month." Immersed in a colonial victory of achievement, he continued: "Israel is expanding ...
Abba Eban briefed the ministers on the American stance: "Their feeling is yes to Jerusalem, but no to the territories.
Asaf Siniver's recent biography of Abba Eban is an extremely well researched, vitally important contribution to the literature on US-Israel relations and Israeli history in general.
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The Forum also witnessed the signing on a memorandum of understanding between Dubai SME and The European Trade Association for Business Angels (EBAN) to launch joint initiatives, organising specialised training programmes, and developing specialised capability development programmes, in addition to organising events to connect with international networks within EBAN.
Gordis was executive vice president of the American Jewish Committee (AJC) in the 1980s, and he opens his article with nostalgia about exchanging repartee with Israeli Foreign Affairs Minister Abba Eban at a Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations meeting 30 years ago.
Synopsis: A skilled debater, a master of language, and a passionate defender of Israel, Abba Eban's diplomatic presence was in many ways a contradiction unlike any the world has seen since.