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comment Does everyone say the piyut addressing Af beri?
See comments on the question. (This answer doesn't answer the question.)
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comment Stress of הושיעה and הצליחה in Hallel
Another question about the same verse: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/47553
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comment Meaning of the verses ana hashem hoshia/hatzlicha na?
Another question about the same verse: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/8182
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comment is it ok to use the walls of the sukka as a hanger
@DannySchoemann that's a very large (in bytes) page. For future reference, Wikisource has much of Aroch Hashulchan, one siman per page.
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comment Does everyone say the piyut addressing Af beri?
Your question and its title don't match. Normally, I'd edit the title to match the question, but in this case the title has an answer (posted below) so I'm uncomfortable doing that. Can you please clarify whether you in fact meant to ask your question ("According to the opinion that Machnisei Rachamim should not be said as we don't pray to angels, is there a problem to address Af Beri?") or merely whether anyone skips it (as your title says and as is answered below), by editing the question?
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comment Machlokes Hatanaim when Kriat Shema should be said
@Shokhet I don't see the difference.
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comment Do you have to consider neighbors when building a shul?
Speak your name with reverence!
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comment Machlokes Hatanaim when Kriat Shema should be said
@Shokhet I think it's okay. I mean, there are only a handful or two of views in the mishna: it's not like the question is seeking the reason for every shita in every machlokes in shas.
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comment Why is 'misod chachomim unevonim' sometimes said and sometimes omitted in the repetition of the Amidah?
Very similar: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/47500
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comment Why don't we say “Misod” for Geshem and Tal?
Shokhet @TamirEvan's comment is even for Ashk'nazi synagogues. Just fyi.
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comment Simchas torah and drinking
I don't see how this answers the question at all. The question asked about drinking before prayers on ST; this gives a source merely for drinking on ST. cc @andrewmh20
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comment Aseres Yemai Teshuva passages in the Chazzan's repetition
I second @DoubleAA's comment: I don't, in fact, see that this answers the question at all.
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comment Aseres Yemai Teshuva passages in the Chazzan's repetition
Whose translation is this?
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comment Aseres Yemai Teshuva passages in the Chazzan's repetition
@DoubleAA I've seen a number of congregations do it the way described in the question and meant to ask (here) why. Thanks for asking, Ypnypn!
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comment What was the name of Sarah's mother?
See also judaism.stackexchange.com/q/47477
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comment What was Avraham Avinu's mother's name?
See also judaism.stackexchange.com/q/38586
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comment Naming a child after two relatives
Similar: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/47471
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comment Heter to own Sefarim
I think "heter" in the question means "p'sak heter" not "horaas heter". Or something. This seems more like a nitpicking on the wording of the question than an answer, especially as the questions concerned the old heter to own s'farim and this doesn't address that.
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comment Can a person with a disability that causes them to be incontinent put on tefillin? If so, when?
I coulda sworn we had this question or one very like it. But I can't find it.
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comment Why say oils unfit for Shabas are unfit in the Temple?
+1. Many thanks. He does comment on that answer v'adayen tzarich iyun baze, though. (And, note, he offers another answer also, immediately after the one you quote.)