yom tov


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yom tov

(ˈjɔm ˈtɔv; ˈjɔmtəv)
n, pl yamin tovim (jɑˈmin tɔˈvim)
(Judaism) Judaism a festival, esp that of Passover, Shabuoth, Sukkoth, or Rosh Hashana
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One of its celebrated figures was Yom Tov Assis, an Aleppo-born reputed historian who now teaches at the Hebrew University in occupied Jerusalem and chairs its centre of Aleppine Jewry, an institute dedicated exclusively to studying the city's Jewish community.
As the premier Glatt kosher establishment in Manhattan, Talia's is proud to announce that once again they will conduct four prepaid Passover Seders with two seatings each night, plus serve lunch and dinner during Chol Hamoed and Yom Tov.
He covers theoretical considerations and the historical context; Jewish migration from Yemen to the Ottoman Sanjak of Jerusalem, Palestine, and Israel; the Alliance Israelite Universelle and the Zionist movement in Yemen: the missions of Yom Tov Semah and Shmuel Yavnieli; the forced conversion of Jewish orphans in Yemen under Imam Yahya; and regime change, anti-Jewish violence, and emigration in Libya and Yemen.
Although there were commentators who suggested that Samuel was in the category of a Samson-type Nazirite, (1) and that the law prohibiting a mother from consecrating a male child was accordingly not in force (see Tosefot Yom Tov on the Mishnah; Responsa Or ha-Meir, section 30; Sefer Marganita de-Rabbi Meir on the Talmud, Nazir 66a), the consensus follows Maimonides (Hilkhot Nezirut 3:16), declaring that Samuel was a regular nazir.
You see them every day of the week including Shabbos and Yom Tov, and at all times of the day and night; dashing out of their homes, shops and shuls to do acts of chesed (good deeds).
We think that gas-to-liquids processes like Primus' will be instrumental in using low-cost natural gas to create a new supply of domestically produced clean liquid fuels like drop-in gasoline, jet fuel and diesel without spending billions of dollars on engine modifications and new infrastructure," said Yom Tov Samia, chairman of Primus Green Energy and CEO of IC Green Energy, Primus' main shareholder.
Outside a bookstore in the ultra-Orthodox city of Bnei Brak on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, Yom Tov Cohen contently watched as his four-year-old son flicked through one.
Thus, the title of this book, "Torah For Your Table" is not intended as a stellar guide for exclusive use on Shabbos and Yom Tov but for each and every day of the week.
In 1185 in York, England, after six days of siege at the hands of local Christians, Rabbi Yom Tov Levy and his followers take their own lives in the tradition of Masada.
Somebody recently joked that we shouldn't dare tamper with Yom Tov Sheni until we create a movement that takes Yom Tov Rishon seriously--and that only hints at the Conservative movement's problem with observance.
I took a course with Yom Tov Assis and read book after book.
Maj Gen Yom Tov Samia, commander of Israel's southern forces, noted a marked decrease in attacks against Israeli troops, with five shooting incidents overnight in the Gaza Strip compared with up to 20 a night in recent weeks.