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An Arched Tzuras Hapesach
A fundamental element of an eruv is the tzuras hapesach, which is defined here as, "[a] doorway opening. The construction of two doorposts and an overhead lintel." Can one make a tzuras hapesach ...
Apr 21 '13 at 2:57
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