Weizmann

NOUN
  1. Israeli statesman who persuaded the United States to recognize the new state of Israel and became its first president (1874-1952)
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  • Five weeks later Weizmann was elected president of the newly declared Jewish state.
  • Veteran politician Ezer Weizmann announced his resignation from the Knesset on Feb. 4.
  • Five weeks later Weizmann was elected president of the newly declared Jewish state.
  • Veteran politician Ezer Weizmann announced his resignation from the Knesset on Feb. 4.
  • This must have sounded like blasphemy to Weizmann, who like most mainstream Zionists believed that the Jewish mission was a long-term ingathering of all Jews everywhere back to the Promised Land. Crossing Mandelbaum Gate
  • Weizmann archaeology researchers have a laboratory on the site here, along with equipment to study archaeometallurgy, ancient DNA, radiocarbon dating and micromorphology, the microscopic structures found in organisms and soil. NYT > Home Page
  • One of the final stops on the grand Einstein-Weizmann tour was Cleveland, where several thousands thronged the train depot to meet the visiting delegation. How Einstein Divided America's Jews
  • The fact that Britain at last opened her eyes to the opportunity afforded to the Allies to rally this powerful people to their side was attributable to the initiative, the assiduity and the fervour of one of the greatest Hebrews of all time: Dr. Chaim WeizmannMatthew Yglesias » Israel Politics Circa 1947
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