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comment Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
Put it as an answer- help out the cause!
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comment Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
I'm putting a challenge out to get to 70 answers.
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revised Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
added 28 characters in body
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answered Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
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answered Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
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comment Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
Good answer, though I would leave out the word "total" and stick to the Torah's wording.
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comment Shiv'im - mi yodeya?
The Gra on the Seder Olam also didn't like it. His 2 problems are saying Avraham was there 2x (not a strong kasha, I can elaborate if you request) and saying that the parshios are not consecutive- which the Chizkuni makes good arguments to support.
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comment Shemona Veshishim - mi yodeya?
True, it is a machlokes. (Although I have heard differing approaches to Rambam). You can catch it at tisha v'shishim!
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comment Shofar Certification
Since the horns are cut, smoothed and polished before they hit the shelves, they may look similar to, say, cattle horns which come in all shapes and sizes. At least to a city boy.