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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com)-- NYC Kosher Restaurant, Talia's Steakhouse and Bar, Serves Prepaid Glatt Kosher Meals for Chol HaMoed, Seders and Yom Tov.
The family of 20th-century, Polish-born, American rabbinic scholar Jacob Agus maintains documents tracing its lineage back to Yom Tov Lipmann Heller, the 16th-century commentator on the Mishnah; Meir Katzenellenbogen, the 15th-century "Maharam of Padua"; and the 11th-century commentator Rashi.
Brooklyn-based songwriter Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn (who goes by just Mirah) started creating pop music in the late 1990s, releasing more than a dozen solo and group recordings.
This is the first Pesach since I've become a mother that I will be without my kids for yom tov.
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.
Instead, when we are called upon, we flex the muscle of courage (a term I picked up from Rabbi Yom Tov Glazer.
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).
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.
An example of the condensation procedure in the Mishnah is based upon Tosefta, Yom Tov 2:3; someone forgot to set an Eruv and there are questions in respect to what he and other people may prepare on his behalf.