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Hebrew and religious classes (often on Sundays) for elementary school children.
a writ or deed of divorce
"acceptable according to Jewish [ritual] law" (JPS); "trustworthy, reliable" (Rosten); acceptable according to dietary laws
A joyous holiday that takes place in February or March on the 14th of Adar, retelling the story of the Book of Esther.
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
prayer recited in most services as well as at bedtime, and when death is imminent; one of the most important and well-known prayers in Judaism
A garment worn under the shirt by Orthodox men and boys, with a tassel hanging down from each of the four corners.
The fringes on a tallit (tallis) prayer shawl or on a tallit katan.
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