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Her·zog

 (hĕrt′zôg′), Maurice 1919-2012.
French mountaineer noted for his ascent (1950) of Annapurna, the highest summit anyone had attained at that time.

Her·zog

 (hûrt′zôg, hĕrt′sōKH), Werner Born 1942.
German director noted for his exploration of unstable, obsessive characters in such films as Aguirre: The Wrath of God (1972).

Herzog

(German ˈhɛrtsoːk)
n
1. (Biography) Roman. born 1934, German politician; president of Germany (1994–99)
2. (Biography) Werner (ˈvɛrnər). born 1942, German film director. His films include Signs of Life (1967), Fata Morgana (1970), Fitzcarraldo (1982), Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1997), and Grizzly Man (2005)
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Riyadh should be given a "central role" in future arrangements for al-Aqsa Mosque, opposition leader Isaac Herzog told a Saudi publication, according to a transcript released by his office on Tuesday.
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Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog says that no peace deal was possible for now and his country must begin unilaterally separating from the Palestinians "as much as possible" to restore security.
Never at a loss for words, or for strange and perilous new worlds to explore, Werner Herzog considers whether the technologies that unite us might one day eclipse us in "Lo and Behold," an alternately playful and unsettling 10-part essay on how the Internet continues to evolve and encroach on all avenues of society and consciousness.
Looking at the thirty-thousand-year-old drawings found in the Chauvet Cave, Werner Herzog, in his Cave of For gotten Dreams (2010), guides the audience with his voice-over to imagine the Palaeolithic period.
What follows is a condensed example of the extended analysis and argument I offer in that book; specifically, here, I focus on the intertwining concerns about masculine identity as they appear in Mailer's An American Dream and Bellow's Herzog, novels with very different prose styles and (at least on the surface) very different protagonists, penned by authors who otherwise have very different worldviews.
But rather than identifying Labor's head as Isaac Herzog, the non-stop news network awarded the privilege to another Herzog, documentary filmmaker and monotone messiah Werner.
So even had the electoral list that Herzog leads, the Zionist Union, secured several more Knesset seats than Netanyahu's Likud, his lack of allies means he would still have found himself back in opposition.
Surging rhetoric against Iran and the Palestinians has done little to close Netanyahu's lag behind centre-left opponent Isaac Herzog in opinion polls.