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or Shab•bos

(ˈʃɑ bəs)

Yiddish. the Jewish Sabbath.
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"He'd be the first person to greet me when I walked in with a 'Good Shabbas,'" Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers said of Cecil Rosenthal, whom
Turski, a writer, the deputy chair of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute of Poland, and the chair of the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw, was there to accept FASPE's posthumous award on behalf of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oneg Shabbas team, heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto.
The editorial policy of the Shabbas Zhurnal was that the economic conditions under which most Jews worked "demanded a sort of leniency on the part of the Orthodox rabbinate." (68) This emphasis on the economic context of Sabbath observance brought the organization to collaborate with labor organizations, but it never fully became part of the labor movement.
Positions on the board of officers included "Shabbas Goy," "Assistant Shabbas Goy," and a treasurer listed as "When Endowed." In a deliberate attempt to chide the Jewish establishment, the group named as "Gabbai" (assistant to the rabbi) "The Elder of Zion," a pseudonym Cohen used in the Journal and a sarcastic reference to the antisemitic tract The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
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.
Celine Shabbas, Director of UK Trading, added: "Simon has clearly demonstrated his leadership and management skills and we know that our Private Jets clients will benefit from his knowledge, experience and dedication to providing a high quality personal service."
One such early memory took place during a Shabbas (Saturday) walk in Philadelphia with my rabbi.
Can I play chess on Shabba?; the do's and don'ts of Shabbas, made simple!
From the first of those litters emerged Cox Cup winner Sineads Slaney, English Laurels fourth Shabbas Mate and Josabb.