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There are multiple kinds of Segolites (penultimately stressed two syllable words marked with Segol/Tzere-family vowels). Some are Segol-Segol (6-dots) and move to Tzere-Segol (5-dots) when in construct form (Neder -> Neider : Vow -> Vow-of), while some start with 5 dots and remain that way in construct from (Seifer -> Seifer : Book -> Book-of), while others ...


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The Mishna Berura (685 sk 18) only recommended this practice for Parashat Zakhor, seemingly because it may be a biblical obligation (ShA OC 685:7). Betzel HaChokhma (6:50) said this applies to any readings being used to fulfill the Mitzva (eg. on Purim morning, if someone missed Zakhor). Ketzot haShulchan (3:84:13 footote 22) said to read one way in Shvi'i ...


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We must not accuse written Torah, much less God, of being misleading. The sages have endeavored throughout history to do the following: 1) Make clear what is obscure 2) Judge in matters of discrepancy. 3) Discern the wisdom behind the judgements provided in written Torah, And apply this wisdom in cases and situations not specifically addressed in written ...



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