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I have a (paper) book called אמרי מדריך that seems to be what you're looking for. It highlights the shoresh, showing the other letters in outline, and it includes letters from the shoresh which were dropped in conjugation in minuscule type. The book is entirely in Hebrew and I can't read the introduction, so I don't know what other notational conventions ...


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Here is a YouTube video of someone's actual Minecraft model of the (first) Beit Hamikdash. If building based on that isn't enough, they provide some links in the video description. Disclaimer: I don't do Minecraft and have no idea if these links will help. Map, Skin, Interactive tour Some comments there suggest a few improvements (quartz?) which you may ...


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If you're willing to trade voice quality for a larger set of trop systems, take a look at Trope Trainer. It has a mechanical voice (not a recorded human voice) that you can use to hear any portion in any of a couple dozen trop systems. (You can also change the voice's pitch and speed to match your own voice, for people who are using this software to ...


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The point-by-point outline from dafyomi.co.il is a good resource. You can subscribe to it by email, which is how I get it, though I've found the email to be a little erratic in the last year or so. They also publish a short compilation of background material on each daf along with other related materials. None of this is a substitute for the full text; ...


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DafDigest is a great resource when learning the daf. http://www.dafdigest.org/archives.php


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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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Every aspect? It doesn't exist, sorry. There's an entire tractate of the Talmud whose main topic is eruv. Plus all the commentaries on that tractate, law codes, commentaries on the codes, and so on. I'm sure there's no article that covers it all.


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I'm not sure if this is the exact page you're talking about, but here is something I found that was posted by another Mi Yodeya user on another Yiddish answer:


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Well... This is certainly unexpected. I never thought I'd ever see a question on here about Minecraft. It's really true that you can take anything and use it for Torah. I'd start with picking a scale. Keep in mind that each block is a cubic meter, so you can increase or decrease that proportion to amos however you'd like. Once he's decided on that, figure ...


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http://www.dafyomi.co.il/memdb/revindex.php?fr=kidu revach l'daf (link goes to kidushin but they have for other tractates as well) has short summary with brief insight


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As there hasn't been a lot of answers for Sephardi Nusach, i will post all the resources i have found for Sephardi sources: Egyptian Nusach: Ahaba, Shaarei Shalom, Orah Saddiqim, Karaites.org The Ahaba website is from an Egyptian synagogue in New York. There are many recordings and videos here. Many. There are several years' worth of Seder Tawhid, an ...


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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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I recommend two seforim in particular: Yalkut Yosef, Kibbud Av Va'em by Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef, son of Maran Hagaon R. Ovadia Yosef, (Etbonan Publisher, 2006) and Honoring Parents in Halachah by Rabbi Tzuriel Taaseh (Targum Press, 2004). Both of them has a collection of midrashim and mussar sayings from chazal.


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go to the chosson place they are AMAZING i made my Custom Tallis and tefillin bags there and i am very very happy. http://lavlarstam.blogspot.com/2012/02/custom-leather-bags.html tell 917-620-6947


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The Lubavitcher Rebbe (the seventh rebbe of Chabad) Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson conducted most all of his shiurim in Yiddish. Most people have bad sentiments against Chabad-Lubavitch so you mind not find these useful to your purposes. Here's a link to them though if you're interested: The Farbrengen Series (YouTube also has a few recordings, mostly ...


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If you want the Lubavitcher Rebbe, there's a lot of him speaking Yiddish. You kind of have to poke around but start here: http://www.chabad.org/multimedia/default_cdo/aid/591213/jewish/Jewishtv.htm http://www.chabad.org/multimedia/media_cdo/aid/1743851/jewish/Video.htm http://www.chabad.org/therebbe/livingtorah/player_cdo/ ...



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