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(Judaism) a chant of praise (Psalms 113 through 118) used at Passover and Shabuoth and Sukkoth and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh

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For Rosenzweig's insight into the Hallel, see Galli's translation, 271.
The hospital identified the slain girl as Hallel Yaffa Ariel.
Maybe the most ambitious of my efforts in this direction is a set of six poems written to serve as Hallel, the liturgical unit of six psalms (psalms 113-118) recited on festivals:
The title poem, "Psalter," finds Christ and the disciples before the ascent of Mount Olive "singing the psalms, under their melodic spell, / the Hallel psalms, the canticles of praise, / and Jesus sang the words he knew so well, / taught to him by Mary in his childhood days, / .
I had the honor to photograph Shulamit Catane, an eighty-seven-year old survivor from France, holding on her lap Hallel, then her latest, the 140th great-grandchild, the day after she was born.
CDATA[ Rabbi notes that the special make-up of the Hallel prayer makes it especially suitable for Independence Day.
132) For a translation of On the Cell, see Tim Vivian and Birger Pearson, "Saint Paul of Tamma on the Monastic Cell (de Cella)," Hallel 23.
56) Kaplan, Kohn, and Eisenstein acknowledge abridging the Hallel (psalms of praise) and paraphrasing the Hebrew text in English rather than translating it.
One hundred American women rabbis visiting Israel for the Central Conference of American Rabbis sang loud and clear at the wall during a prayer, known as Hallel, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Women of the Wall, an organization that plans female group prayers on the first day of the month.
Hy word beurtelings spikkel in die kosmiese ruimte en bewoner van "'n aarde wat met 'n helder luide hallel / al sy pynlike kreune doodsing [.
The Rosh Hodesh service includes Hallel and a few changes in the standard daily prayers.
Part 6, "Textual Tradition in Churches and Synagogues," includes articles on texts and translations in tension (Richard Clifford), the translation and liturgical uses of Hallel Psalms 113 and 114 (Elliot Stevens), and translations for contemporary worship (Gordon Lathrop).
Lettoch and Chris Pimlott look beaten in the handicap hurdle until Hallel and Steve Kettlewell part company at the last, but there is no doubting the authority of The Welder and Robert Earnshaw in the novices' hurdle.
Gepstein R, Weiss RE, Hallel T: Acetabular dysplasia and hip dislocation after selective premature fusion of the triradiate cartilage.
The Hebrew title for the book of Psalms is Tehillim, derived from hallel, to praise (compare the word hallelujah), and means "Praises.