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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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"Maror. Where's the maror eating contest where everybody's eyes start tearing up.
"No shofar, no fasting, no succah, lulaf or esrog, no mazoh, maror or cheroses--but flowers, lovely flowers, sweet flowers." (18)
Finally in Round 5, Challah Boy made a special deal: Whoever won Round 5 would win the game on one condition, that the loser eat a huge piece of maror, a very bitter tasting root traditionally eaten at Passover.
Chan Deng Maror and Peter Angui Bol, according to the students' union and relatives, were picked up by the military intelligence officers on Friday morning upon arrival to the university from their hostel.
The four questions famously ask, "On all other nights we dip only once; why on this night do we dip twice?" The first dipping is karpas, the vegetable dipped into salt water; the second is the bitter herb (maror) dipped into charoset.
JHAL MAGSI -- At least two persons died and two other sustained injuries when unidentified armed robbers opened fire at them in Maror area of the district on late Sunday night.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Jalimpur Maror Link Road Under S.C.P.
Wouldn't it be better to take the maror (bitter herb) from Pesach or an onion and dip that in the honey?" Then the bitter or sharp taste would become sweeter.
On the mainland, people create relations, make them apparent for others to see and describe them in terms of 'following roads' (kura maror, HP).
Maror and Chazeret -- Bitter herbs, symbolizing the bitterness and harshness of the slavery which the Jews endured in Egypt.
Los principales componentes de la cena son las mazzot (tortas de pan azimo), el maror (verduras amargas), el haroset (mixtura a base de frutas, canela, miel y vino), el vino y el cordero asado, que guardan un profundo significado en relacion con la ultima cena de los israelitas antes de la salida de Egipto.