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I have never actually used it as my sukka is built on cement, but you can get Campsite flooring (For example, maybe in a different color or a different option). Many of these camp mats dry quickly, allow water to drain properly, can be staked down, and shouldn't kill your grass (hopefully). Edit: Here is a link where you can actually buy the stuff. Edit ...


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This is a link to an English translation of Pirkei Avot (Teachings of Our Fathers). Pirkei Avot is one of the texts that is widely studied and it seems to meet your requirements.


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I think the Simanim Siddur from Feldheim has all you ask for.


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The only book I know on the subject (and which we used to use in the classroom) is http://www.amazon.com/Akiba-story-Rabbi-his-times/dp/B0007I4HMW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1438693257&sr=8-1&keywords=Akiva%2C+The+Story+of+Rabbi+Akiva+and+his+Times though we also used http://www.amazon.com/As-Driven-Leaf-Milton-Steinberg/dp/0874419506 which deals ...


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Text from the 1859 Leipzig edition: http://www.sefaria.org/Iggerot_HaRambam,_Iggeret_Kanaut


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You could try laying pavers or other flat stones / slate over the grass or dirt, if your area is somewhat even. If it is isn't even, you may have to put gravel or a layer of soil to cover the area and smooth it down before laying the pavers. My driveway is dirt and gravel, but the majority of it is even, fortunately. I do a get a bit of ponding after a ...


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See The Mitzvah of Bikur Cholim and The Mitzvah of Bikur Cholim Part 2.


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Kol Avraham has Daf Yomi shiurim in Yiddish. The recordings I sampled seem to have a bit of echo, but were otherwise of decent quality.


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In my experience (Orthodox), a prozbul is effected as follows: Stand before three men unrelated to one another or yourself who know how a prozbul works and tell them that you are thereby transferring your debts to the court they comprise. (There's some standard wording found in some Rosh Hashanah prayer books and other places (doubtless including online). ...


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All Koren siddurim have all of those markings except for dagesh chazak vs. kal and chirik gadol vs. katan (where the gadol isn't marked by a yud anyway).


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I found it! Hope the information is valuable to others. See http://dafyomireview.com/ and go to "advanced review programs".


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This website gives the range of Koren machzorim including the ones with a commentary by Lord Rabbi Sacks. The blurb reads: The Koren Sacks Rosh HaShana Mahzor and the Koren Sacks Yom Kippur Mahzor are a pair of Hebrew/English prayer books for the High Holidays with translation and commentary by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, one of today's leading Jewish ...


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Sefaria's is incomplete, but it does start with the first chapter as requested.


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The 1917 JPS Translation is the best Bible for finding out what the Bible says in English, but not necessarily for finding out what it means. There are many ambiguous phrases in the Bible, and in the Torah, and the 1917 JPS leaves the ambiguity without interpreting it for you. If you want an interpretive Bible there are many, some people recommend Artscroll, ...


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Or you could try the Training Manual For Bikur Cholim Volunteers put out by The Rabbi Isaac N. Trainin Bikur Cholim Coordinating Council, http://www.bikurcholimcc.org/.


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See this page from thinkexist.com It has an assortment of quotes and proverbs, many from the Talmud from different sources. (Kudos to my shul's web site (left anonymous) for telling me about this link.)


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A relative of mine uses plywood boards laid out on some 2x4 beams. You only have to level the beams and the floor is as good as indoors.



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