tzadik


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tzadik

(ˈtsædɪk)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of zaddik
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The tzadik would bring the heavenly message down to earth, teach it to the masses, and try to show them, individually and collectively, the path for rising to spiritual heights.
Kook's self-perception as a prophet and tzadik ha-dor (the righteous one of the generation).
This is how the journalist Yitzhak Deutsch described the event that took place in 1950 in the study hall of the famous tzadik of Jerusalem, Rabbi Aryeh Levin (1885-1969).
The listing agents are Clifford Rowe and Andrea Tzadik of Teles Properties.
The company was founded by Dedi Gilad, Ofer Tzadik and industry experts in 2012.
Radical Jewish Culture (RJC) was a term coined by the central figure in this narrative, John Zorn, when he established his Tzadik record label in 1995.
This is a story of a family whose one branch originated in Pinsk, Belarus, where the family patriarch was a well-respected tzadik.
Daniel Boswell, Roger O'Shea, and Efrat Tzadik, 2012).
What led me to volunteer these remarks was the experience of walking into Mnuchin and seeing a spectacular gathering of nine Veils by Louis, among them Beth Samach, 1958; Curtain, 1958 (a sister to the sublime Terranean, made the same year); Tzadik, 1958; and Dawn, 1958-59; plus a smaller pair, End of Fall, 1959-60; and the fiercely intense Italian Veil, dated 1960 but probably painted earlier, to name my favorites on this occasion.
Tzadik Management of Miami announced its acquisition of the 2,199-unit portfolio on Wednesday.
Editado por la disquera Tzadik, propiedad del saxofonista neoyorquino John Zorn, musico experimental y de vanguardia, el disco es parte de la coleccion Radical Jewish Culture de dicho sello.
13) "I know that these few lines will startle you and you may ask in bewilderment whether I have not been converted over night into a tzadik I will like you to find for me in the Rabbinical Seminary, of which you are Director, an intelligent young man of pleasing countenance, a student of the Seminary, who shall officiate at the Seder ceremonies in my house during the two Passover evenings.