High Holidays


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High Holidays

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(Judaism) Judaism the festivals of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, the period of repentance in the first ten days of the Jewish new year. Also called: Days of Awe or Yamim Nora'im

High′ Hol′idays


n.pl.
the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Also called High′ Ho′ly Days`.
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I was at a farm-house once when some high holiday was being celebrated.
Just like that, another round of High Holidays has come and gone.
The attack comes at a tense period amid the Jewish high holidays and is likely to complicate the mediation efforts of U.
Ahead of the High Holidays, the Counterterrorism Bureau at the Prime Minister's Office updated list of travel advisories on Monday, which included serious warnings against travel to Turkey and Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, two popular vacation destinations.
I actually attended that shul with my father and brother during the High Holidays, so I am especially happy to see that its doors remain open.
A Touch of the High Holidays" is a wonderful educational experience for children age 2 and up, teaching them many associated significances to guide them to understanding of the high holidays of Judaism.
Instead of going to a traditional Synagogue these High Holidays, why not visit a place which offers a new style of High Holiday Jewish Worship.
He does not yet know whether the store, at 2359 Coney Island Avenue, will close before or after the Jewish high holidays in September.
Visit Denver, a US-based non-profit trade association to market Denver as a convention and leisure destination, has announced its seventh annual Mile High Holidays campaign.
Matisyahu went to Jerusalem, as he tries to do each year, for the high holidays.
Sadly this isn't the setup for the awesomest punchline ever; we'd met at the High Holidays for the past several years, and he wanted to get together to find out more about me and my family.
He attended synagogue on the high holidays, as a matter