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"Prejudice or discrimination against Jews and the Jewish people" (JPS).
Hatred against Jews.
an outreach-oriented branch of Hasidic Judaism that follows the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Chabad has thousands of branches around the world, including at many college campuses.
enervated, played out, knackered, terminally fatigued
bewildered, disoriented, discombobulated
distracted, frustrated (New York Stagehand Glossary)
interjection of admiration or astonishment
"acceptable according to Jewish [ritual] law" (JPS); "trustworthy, reliable" (Rosten); acceptable according to dietary laws
The name for the six sections of the Mishnah.
order, orderliness, system, routine
A ceremony involving recitations, singing, food, and drink typically associated with Passover, but also with Tu B'shvat and Rosh Hashanah.
period for Torah study
quiet, voiceless, mute
A derogatory term used by non-Jews for a Jewish person (particularly so in Great Britain).
a Jewish person
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