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The Mishnah Berurah in Siman 682, Ois 4, does write in the name of the Elya Rabbah that one can say Al HaNissim before יהיו לרצון.
Klilos Chasanim - page 79 in the name of Mesechtas Kallah Rabsi 1:1, Shaalos U'Teshuvos Peer Hador 9, Igros HaRam 23, Tanya Rabsai 91, Beer Haitaiv 62:3, Knesses Hagedola 9:3, Sidur Bais Oved says that if one skipped a Bracha of the Sheva Brachos you just say the skipped Bracha at that point as the order is not Meakaiv.
It seems he is basing himself on Shulchan Aruch YD 210:1 based on Bavli Shevuot 26b.
http://www.piyut.org.il/tradition/english/2684.html?currPerformance=3487 this is the way teimonim pronounce the qadheesh. and this is audio evidence/proof of how to pronounce the hei in the word shmeih. although op was adressing ashkanazim, i think this should fit in here quite nice as i believe that this is the most proper way of pronouncing the word and ...
No. A person who does something forbidden without any intention or knowledge of the sin is not held liable. This is a principle that appears several times in the Gemara. For example, in Kritot 19a, there is an argument between R. Eliezer and Yehoshua about a person's liability in various transgressions. The Gemara teaches that R. Eliezer always finds the ...
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