maror

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maror

(mɑːˈrɔː)
n
(Judaism) Judaism a Jewish ceremonial dish of bitter herbs which is eaten during the Passover, symbolizing the bitterness of the Israelites' enslavement by the Egyptians
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Tenders are invited for mission kakatiya - phase- iii- restoration of marror / puli cheru kunta: vallala(v): s.
Part fantasy, all escape, it remains indelibly imprinted on my Jewish neshama, alongside matzo and marror.
But engraftment can also lead to chimerism, and then not all of the marror stem cells in the recipient are thus identical.