Shabbas


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Shab•bas

or Shab•bos

(ˈʃɑ bəs)

n.
Yiddish. the Jewish Sabbath.
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TheSchool Library Journal suggests its suitable for grades 6-12, while Audrey Shabbas of Arab World And Islamic Resources and School Services lists it as Grade 5 through adult.
Positions on the board of officers included "Shabbas Goy," "Assistant Shabbas Goy," and a treasurer listed as "When Endowed.
Mishar B'Internet Ushmirat Shabbas [Trade on the Internet and Sabbath observance].
F]amily around the shabbas [sic] table, singing, learning, eating, being" wrote one JEDLAB member.
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One such early memory took place during a Shabbas (Saturday) walk in Philadelphia with my rabbi.
From the first of those litters emerged Cox Cup winner Sineads Slaney, English Laurels fourth Shabbas Mate and Josabb.
Abudabbeh & Hays, 2006; Shabbas & Al-Qazzaz, 1989).
So the day passed, and as it did, Jacobo grew less confident about arriving at the shul on shabbas, carrying a plate of latkes.
Audrey Shabbas, speaking for the Arab World and Islamic Resources and School Services group, echoes the sentiments of my informants who found the book perpetuating a colonialist portrait of Muslims worldwide:
On teaching about the Arab world: The Arab World Studies Notebook, edited by Audrey Shabbas.