Eshkol

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Eshkol (Hebrew: אשכול‎‎) is a Hebrew language word meaning "cluster", usually of grapes. When not related to the Hebrew Bible and botany (where it can also mean "raceme", a region of a flowering-plant's anatomy), it is normally associated with the third Israeli prime minister, Levi Eshkol.

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