yeshivah


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an academy for the advanced study of Jewish texts (primarily the Talmud)

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According to Duban, in "'Eli, the Fanatic' reverberations of White Paper policy illuminate obstacles to the settlement of the Yeshivah in Woodenton, as well as the emotional bases of ostensibly rational appeals to zoning ordinances.
Has secular thought sufficiently infused the yeshivah with new critical tools and has Talmudic learning had any significant impact on the intellect as well as the soul of the secular scholar?
Students from Yeshivah of Flatbush, an Orthodox Jewish high school in Brooklyn, reportedly refused to stay seated, and continued to use their mobile devices after they were asked to stop.
There are also references to him having been a member of a small Protestant church for a time and of visiting "the Yeshivah bookshop in Gateshead ('Lehmann's') to find some obscure Midrashic texts".
Coming from a Yeshivah world, that is something that is just not done.
Detective Senior Constable Lisa Metcher "accused members of the Yeshivah community of lying to police and trying to cover up sex abuse claims," according to The Age, an Australian newspaper.
Wolowelsky is dean of the faculty at the Yeshivah of Flatbush and an associate editor of Tradition.
From the Department of Pathology, Montefiore Medical Center (Drs Auerbach and Fineberg) and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Dr Fineberg), Bronx, New York; and Epidemiology and Population Health, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshivah University, Bronx, New York (Dr Kim).
Born in Brooklyn, Wasserstein briefly attended the Yeshivah of Flatbush before switching to an exclusive Manhattan private school for girls.
Capsali was actually Greek, not Italian, but he attended the famous yeshivah of Rabbis Judah Mintz and Meir Katzenellenbogen in Padua, as well as the yeshivah of Venice and was Italian by education, if not by ethnicity.
And his mother squatted down before the bread box like a Chinaman, telling Simon in a tear-crippled voice, "I'll show you, Advanced-Reading-And-Spelling-Kid, how he got a beautiful beautiful write-up in the Yeshivah Ram Barn News, look look at the bag Teitlebaum gives you for nine cans of King Oscar sardines, can he spare it, I'm going down later and I'll throw it in his face, remind me to ask him for an extra key .
Located in the Jewish educational center Tomhei Tmimim Lubavich Yeshivah, the center named "Merkaz Stam" will train specialists in scribing and verifying Torah scrolls, Tefillins, and Mezuzahs for use by the Jewish population in the city.
Metz in fact developed its own Yeshivah in the nineteenth century.
Eric Zimmer, Harmony and Discord: An Analysis of the Decline of Jewish Self-Government in 15th Century Central Europe (New York: Yeshivah University Press, 1970), ch.
The achievements of the Rouen yeshivah culminated in the work of the Tosafists, commentators on the Talmud, who thrived in the generation before the annexation of Normandy to France.