chometz


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chometz

(xaˈmɛtʒ; Yiddish ˈxomətʒ)
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(Judaism) a variant spelling of chametz
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Avrom Berkovitz the butcher, God help us, turned his shop inside out, polishing the steel blades of his Passover knives until you could see your reflection, sanding his butcher block until no trace of blood or fat remained, sweeping until you could eat off the floor it was so clean, scrubbing every hook and handle until they shone, so that everything should be perfect when the Rebbe came with his candle and his feather to inspect the shop for any trace of chometz.
The publication is a cheerful, colorful affair, full of photographs of beaming brunettes with braces, cover lines about staying positive and organizing your bedroom, advice columns about modest attire, and puzzles with clues like "Find the hidden chometz.
Receiving certification from KOF-K Kosher supervision, one of the foremost Kosher certification agencies in the United States, for the sale of all chometz products supplied by A&P's primary distributor.
Shebekhol halaylos, every season for the past ten years had chometz and matzah, awful potboilers, but also some good literary dramas, and this season has been only unadulterated crap.
He remembers the words of the "Red Haggadah," with which young Communists would mock and celebrate Passover: "Twenty-five years ago the working classes of Russia with the help of peasants searched for chometz in their land.