musar


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musar

(mʊˈsɑː; Yiddish ˈmʊsə)
n
1. (Judaism) rabbinic literature concerned with ethics, right conduct, etc
2. (Judaism) any moralizing speech, esp one which is critical
[literally: instruction]
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The story of Musar is an amazing one since its establishment by Gaston Hochar in 1930, when he secured the French army as his first customer.
Unlike Chateau Musar, the majority of Chateau Khoury's wines -- 70 percent -- is sold on the domestic market.
The core notion conveyed by musar is the teaching of the avoidance of faults.
Tenders are invited for Construction of Flood protection work by way of laying of crates on right side of Musar Khun B/O Tongri Nallah D/S Rebon Khujpora Bridge near house of Haba Ganai and others.
That influence is also felt in other parts of the region," Eziz Musar, the prefecture's commissioner, also said.
Cabunoc identified some of the fatalities on the side of the ASG as Berhamin Jawhari, Musar Sawadjaan, Jani Madjid, Adzmar Muhhamad, Ompoy Uran and Mussal Jawhari.
glass, $68 for 6 oz.) and the 1978 Chateau Musar Bordeaux Blend from Lebanon's Bekaa Valley ($118 a 3 oz.-glass, $235 for 6 oz.).
Kovno gave birth in the nineteenth century to the Jewish pietist Musar movement, a sober and introspective antidote to the ecstasies of Hasidism; Musar ideals, still much in the air at that time for the city's educated Jews, form the substrate of his thought.
One is by an advocate of the ideas of Rabbi Israel Lipkin Salanter (Lithuania, Germany, 1810-83), founder of the Musar (ethical) movement, Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler (Lithuania, Great Britain, Israel, 1892-1953), who wrote: There is a general role for the gentiles to play in this world ...
The development comes more than two years after Google's first attempt to get approval for launching the Street View service for Slovenia was turned down by the Information Commissioner because the company wanted to process the raw images of its recording Information Commissioner Nataša Pirc Musar made the announcement in a recent tweet, saying that Google's cars mounted with cameras would begin photographing Slovenian streets in the summer.
What: Traiteur, Park Hyatt Dubai's award-winning French restaurant, will be hosting a dinner that will feature rare wines by the famous Lebanese Chateaux Musar. The dinner will be addressed by renowned Lebanese wine-maker Gaston Hochar Junior.
Chateau Musar was founded in 1935 by a Christian, Gaston Hochar, who planted French varietals Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault, and Carignan.