tzadik


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tzadik

(ˈtsædɪk)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of zaddik
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He refers to Goldstein as a "tzadik" (righteous person) and a victim.
Zamir has recorded four albums on John Zorn's Tzadik label.
Tzadik and colleagues noted that, depending on the surgeon's skill, saddling rates varied from 0% to 2.6% (average, 0.4%) in patients who had undergone sub mucous resection of the nasal septum2.
The tzadik would bring the heavenly message down to earth, teach it to the masses, and try to show them, individually and collectively, the path for rising to spiritual heights.
Kook's self-perception as a prophet and tzadik ha-dor (the righteous one of the generation).
This is how the journalist Yitzhak Deutsch described the event that took place in 1950 in the study hall of the famous tzadik of Jerusalem, Rabbi Aryeh Levin (1885-1969).
The listing agents are Clifford Rowe and Andrea Tzadik of Teles Properties.
Building on this notion, Steinsaltz claims that the "essence of being a tzadik is something primordial, like the essence of a precious stone.
The recordings (most of them released on Zorn's own label, Tzadik) thrive in the open channels of mainstream commercial distribution (and are thus easy for libraries to find and acquire), while the scores are hidden, mostly unnoticed, on a solitary Web site.
The company was founded by Dedi Gilad, Ofer Tzadik and industry experts in 2012.
Twitterverse in particular took the story and ran with it, Tweeting up a storm over the "tzadik" cat.
This is a story of a family whose one branch originated in Pinsk, Belarus, where the family patriarch was a well-respected tzadik. This family was killed in a pogrom so brutal that it seems almost unreal to the inhabitants of the twenty-first century, at least in Europe.