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No, generally no one makes maps of techumin because the techum only starts at the suburban/rural border. The techum Shabbos only starts slightly more than 70 amos beyond the last house of the yishuv. As long as there are houses/buildings within 70 amos (~140 feet/~43 metres), you are still within the yishuv and don't start measuring the 2000 amos of the ...


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You have several mishnayot in 1 volume. there is Kav venaki in Mir edition here, there is a new "Mishna daf leyom' with a new perush based on Bartenura. In edition Eshkol you have pocket book Mishna Bartenura and Ykar Toyt, The same in Edition Chorev (may be out of print), You have Mishna sedura (if you can read microscopic letters)


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I found this for Hebrew http://seforimcenter.com/Shisha-Sidrei-Mishnah--Complete-in-One-Volume-with-Peirush-Bartenura__p-10692.aspx and this for English http://www.amazon.com/Mishnah-New-Translation-Jacob-Neusner/dp/0300050224


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Perhaps this is close to what you are looking for... http://www.judaica-world.com/family-illustrated-tehillim-maroon.html DETAILS Published by the World Wide Tehillim Club an all-new Illustrated Family Tehillim has just been released. For the first time ever, each perek of Tehillim is prefaced by a short paragraph consisting of a core message, background ...


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Mo`adhim le-simhah, Thanks for your inquiry about obtaining tefillin according to the Yemenite understanding of the Rambam. First, you should know that according to the Mishneh Torah, tefillin are NOT written on gewil, but on galaf (i.e. קלף - parchment) [see Hilkhoth Tefillin 1:3,8,11]. Not only is writing them on gewil not the halakhah, it would not be ...


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I am currently working on a recording of Shacharis according to Nusach Arizal (Chabad). You inspired me. It should be on Youtube sometime and I'll give a link here when it's done. :)


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A full Shabbos-friendly Hebrew set is available here. This is the full version of his commentary, not censored, although it is lacking in notes (as I gather from Daniel Klein's introduction to his English translation of Shemot).



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