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or suc·cah  (so͞o-kä′, so͝ok′ə)
n. Judaism
A temporary hutlike structure partly roofed with branches, used as a ritual dwelling space by Jews in celebrating Sukkot.

[Hebrew sukkâ; see Sukkot.]


(suˈkɑ; ˈsukɔ; ˈsukə) or


(Judaism) a temporary structure with a roof of branches in which orthodox Jews eat and, if possible, sleep during the festival of Sukkoth. Also called: tabernacle
[from Hebrew, literally: tabernacle]


(suˈkɑ, ˈsʊk ə)

n., pl. suk•koth, suk•kot (suˈkɔt) Eng. suk•kahs.
Hebrew. a booth or hut roofed with branches, used during Sukkoth as a temporary dining or living area.
[sukkāh literally, booth]
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Des cailles et des colombes, la Piegrieche schach (Lanius schach) et le Barbu de Taiwan (Megalaima nuchalis), consommes localement, ressortent egalement de notre analyse.
Answered by Consulting Arborist Jon Schach of Harrisburg.
Large market areas were set up for buying wood, schach (the "roof" of the sukkah which must be of plant origin and not be attached so that its temporary nature is clear), and the Four Species: an etrog (citron), a lulav (palm frond), three sprigs of hadas (myrtle) and two branches of arava (red willow).
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Las serpientes fueron colectadas por busqueda activa y colecta por particulares, siendo que cinco fueron encontradas durante la noche [Atractus schach (Boie 1827), Leptodeira annulata (Fitzinger 1843), Pseudoboa coronata Schneider 1801, Botrhops atrox y Atractus latifrons (Gunther 1868)]; dos por la manana [Liophys reginae (Wagler 1868) y Helicops angulatus (Linnaeus 1758)] y dos por la tarde (L.
Bauries & Patrick Schach, Coloring Outside the Lines: Garcetti v.
SA absolute, SchAch scaled to a mean of 100 and within-country standard deviation of 15 for the United Kingdom, assuming a within-country standard deviation of 90 for SchAch.
Schach notes in [11] that there is no difference between the cohesion of an object and the classical cohesion,
Many scientists of various contries have made research works about the structure of railways costs (Bitzan 1999; Jonaitis 2007; Schach, Naumann 2007; Andersson 2008; Ludvigsen, Osland 2009; Sonmez, On-tepeli 2009; Jarzemskiene, Jarzemskis 2009; Butkevicius 2009; Dailydka 2010; Sivilevicius, Maskeliunaite 2010; Kreutzberger 2010).