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A joyous holiday that takes place in February or March on the 14th of Adar, retelling the story of the Book of Esther.
Used as a greeting or departing line (hello or goodbye) on or before Shabbat. Literally "peaceful Sabbath."
mixture of wool and linen in a garment, which is prohibited by Jewish law
A scribe trained in transcribing the Torah, mezuzah, tefillin scriptures and other religious texts on parchment.
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