lakish

lakish

(ˈleɪkɪʃ)
adj
(Poetry) rare old-fashioned similar to the poetry of the Lake poets
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Elsewhere, in the legend of Rabbi Yohanan and Resh Lakish, a paradigmatic example of a study partnership, ancient rabbis represent the hevruta relationship using highly erotic and intimate imagery (Babylonian Talmud, Bava Metsia 84a).
There Resh Lakish interprets God's name Shaddai as "I am He that said to the world: Enough (dai)
On Being "Regarded As" Black, and Why Title VII Should Apply Even If Lakish and Jamal are White, 2005 Wis.
Return out of love," says Rabbi Shimon ben Lakish, "and your sins become merits.
Lakish Hatalkar, Vice President Marketing, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, Novartis Consumer Health, Regional
Asi trae a colacion su edificio judio al citar el Tratado de Menachot al rabi Shimon ben Lakish cuando afirma: "la preservacion de la ley es en varias ocasiones, obtenida a traves del rompimiento de la ley y la derogacion de la misma".
According to Mt Kirsch, an early page of the Talmud advises, "As Rabbi Shimon ben Lakish, said, anyone who engages in Torah study, afflictions keep away from him.
Though the text also suggests that there is a quite literal, divinely assured reward for Torah study, as we read on Monday's page, Berachot 5a: "Rabbi Shimon ben Lakish said, anyone who engages in Torah study, afflictions keep away from him.
As Rabbi Eleazar said to Resh Lakish, "[d]o you think that if it is found bad I would have to exchange it [for a good one]?
Resh Lakish dijo, no leas el texto como 'El invoco alli el nombre de D's eterno, sino como el hizo que el nombre de D's eterno fuera invocado alli.
In the view of Resh Lakish, the 3rd-century sage, "When the Holy One came to take Israel out of Egypt, he did not send a messenger or an angel, but He Himself came, as it is written, 'And I will pass through the land of Egypt .