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I have heard the same rumour. I found the following by Rav Aviner. He was asked that whether the Kiddush cup of the Chafetz Chaim was like the measurement of Ha-Rav Chaim Naeh and not like that of the Chazon Ish.   His answer was This is brought by Ha-Rav Moshe Karp as testified by the Chafetz Chaim's grandson, Ha-Rav Hillel Zacks, the Rav of the ...


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SA OC 396:6 אומר הבדלה מיושב: הגה: ויש אומרים מעומד (אגודה וכל בו ואגור) וכן נוהגיןבמדינות אלו: MB 27 מיושב - מיירי כשמוציא לאחרים ידי חובתן וע"כ כיון דאחד פוטר חבירו יש להם לכולם לעשות קביעות ובמעומד לא הוי קביעות והי"א ס"ל דכיון שהוא הלוית המלך אין מלוין אלא מעומד ולענין הקביעות סגי כשמזמנין הכל ועומדין ומכוונין כדי לצאת וס"ל דמתוך ...


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You asked: This does not apply to Yom Kippur as there is no kiddush to be mafseik. The women should not say the shechiyanu in Shul after kol nidrei if they have already said on the candles. Where is the source for this? You could find it in the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch (132:2) כְּשֶׁשְּׁלִיחַ הַצִּבּוּר אוֹמֵר בִּרְכַּת שֶׁהֶחֱיָנוּ, יְכַוֵּן ...


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The source from the Hamotze Bracha is in the Beit Yosef ,Orach Haim [קסז][י-יא].he also brings some source from the Gemara [ברכות מב ב-מג ג] .The idea is that you show that you are a group and you all are yotzei in one Bracha,by all sitting/standing together.But,from there it is easy to conclude that if the mevareich explicitly has chavana for you,you are ...


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Perhaps you thought it obvious, but you didn't mention that the wine should be red not white, as the Ramban held white wine is invalid (O.C. 272, 4).


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While one listening to Kiddush doesn't need to drink ANY wine, one should preferably drink some wine - ideally Kos Shel Bracha. The Shulchan Aruch actually writes that one shouldn't drink from the same cup as another. According to the Shulchan Aruch Harav, though, if the wine was poured out into other cups before Kiddush, those are also considered Kos Shel ...


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A similar question is also discussed in the context of the night time kiddush where many people have the custom to begin with the word "yom hashishi", which is also the last two words of a pasuk, without quoting the entire pasuk. The Chosam Sofer (Orach Chayim 10, 4th paragraph here) discussed this particular example, mentioning that some forbid this ...



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