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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Isaac_(name)Isaac (name) - Wikipedia

    Isaac D'Israeli (1766–1848), British writer, scholar and man of letters; Isaac Deutscher (1907–1967), Polish writer, journalist and political activist; Isaac Hanson (born 1980), American musician, guitarist in Hanson; Isaac Hayes (1942–2008), American singer-songwriter, voice actor, and producer

  2. Benjamin Disraeli KG, FRS, PC (Londres, 21 de diciembre de 1804-Curzon Street, Londres, 19 de abril de 1881), conocido también como conde de Beaconsfield o lord Beaconsfield, fue un político, escritor y aristócrata británico, que ejerció dos veces como primer ministro del Reino Unido, fue líder de la Muy Leal Oposición de Su Majestad y tres veces ministro de Hacienda del Reino Unido.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › BenjaminBenjamin - Wikipedia

    In the narrative, just prior to this test, when Joseph had first met all of his brothers (but not identified himself to them), he had held a feast for them; the narrative heavily implies that Benjamin was Joseph's favorite brother, since he is overcome with tears when he first meets Benjamin in particular, and he gives Benjamin five times as much food as he apportions to the others.

  4. Incest definition, sexual intercourse between closely related persons. See more.

  5. 19 de enero: Isaac D'Israeli, escritor británico (n. 1766). 20 de enero: Cristián VIII, rey de Dinamarca. 22 de enero: Javier de Burgos, político y periodista español (n. 1778). Febrero. 6 de febrero: Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga, político, naturalista y religioso uruguayo (n. 1771).

  6. Anche il mercante Benjamin D'Israeli si era stabilito in Inghilterra nel 1748; suo figlio Isaac D'Israeli fu un noto letterato e padre di Benjamin Disraeli che sarà Primo ministro del Regno Unito due volte: nel 1868 e nel 1874-80. Nella prima metà dell'Ottocento l'Inghilterra fu terra di rifugio per molti patrioti italiani.

  7. 1881, Isaac D' Israeli, Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1‎: At Rome , when Sallust was the fashionable writer , short sentences , uncommon words , and an obscure brevity , were affected as so many elegances .