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"You were hired for the whole megillah," Davidson say, explaining how everyone's tasks fed into the ultimate goal.
The guv--who had been criticized by JS and other Dems for not joining a 16-state lawsuit to protect projects like the shipyard's--quickly sent out a statement of his own, praising the Maine senator's "exemplary leadership" on the whole shipyard megillah.
"Unlike more serious synagogue festivals, both children and adults often attend the 'Megillah' reading in costume," said Marta Josephs, joint president of the Representative Council of North East Jewry.
He's creating a new illuminated manuscript, in the style of the Haggadahbut this time, it'll be a Megillah.
Instead, let's cultivate silence, "the best medicine of all" (Megillah 18a), by posting less.
(150) See, e.g., Jerusalem Talmud, Megillah 28a ("The Torah, the Mishnah, the Talmud, and the Aggadah, and even whatever conscientious scholars will in the future originate, all was revealed to Moses as Sinai.").
This is followed by a citation from the Jerusalem Talmud, Megillah 1:4, which states, "Jewish laws [halachot] are not to be annulled in the future, as it says, 'His ways [halichot] are everlasting' [Habakuk 3:6].
Judson and chairmanship of Chaim Zhitlovsky, spearheaded a "Megillah campaign" to solicit subscriptions for a forthcoming, bilingual Yiddish-Hebrew edition of the Yehoash Bible.
He means the whole megillah, including what'll happen after the bulk of his readers die.
This Shirah is not only read from the Torah on Shabbat Parashat Beshallah--known as Shabbat Shirah--but also on the seventh day of Passover (BT Megillah 31a; Rashi on Ex.
He was also a prophet/seer (I Chronicles 25: 1; II Chronicles 29:30), listed in the Talmud (Babylonian Talmud, Megillah 14a) among the 48 prophets and 7 prophetesses of the Hebrew Bible.
Evidence linking beauty to the Greeks would not surprise those familiar with Talmud Megillah 9b (KARSENTY 2013).