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Sha·mir

 (shə-mēr′), Yitzhak Originally Icchak Jaziernicki (also Yitzhak Yezernitsky). 1915-2012.
Polish-born Israeli politician. He served in Israel's intelligence agency (1955-1965), in the Israeli parliament (1973-1996), and as prime minister (1983-1984 and 1986-1992).

Shamir

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(Biography) Yitzhak (ˈjɪtʒæk). 1915–2012, Israeli statesman, born in Poland: prime minister (1983–84; 1986–92): foreign minister (1980–83; 1984–86)

Sha•mir

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n.
Yitzhak, born 1915, Israeli prime minister 1986–92.
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