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revised What do the words מְנָת כּוֹסִי mean in the hymn “Adon Olam”
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revised What do the words מְנָת כּוֹסִי mean in the hymn “Adon Olam”
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May
30
revised Chain of tradition for stories/parables told by Rashi
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May
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revised hebrew grammar query, Bamidbar 31:17
add in what I assume is the asker's motivation (please re-edit if I'm wrong), which also brings thi question tinto site scope (see comments on the question); edited tags
May
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revised Can a woman make an eiruv for her minor children?
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May
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revised Why do we have shmitta only in Israel
make the title match the question
May
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revised Is it necessary to buy a burial plot while still alive?
"must": tagging accordingly
May
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revised Confessing to Adultery
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May
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revised Hebrew alphabet spelling for phrase in psalm 23, and the phrase “God is my refuge”?
better
May
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revised What lesson do we learn from Abraham paying money for the Cave of Machpelah?
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May
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revised Hebrew alphabet spelling for phrase in psalm 23, and the phrase “God is my refuge”?
per comments
May
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revised Hebrew alphabet spelling for phrase in psalm 23, and the phrase “God is my refuge”?
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May
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revised Hyphenating the word Hashem
I think this must bewhat the asker meant. Please revert if not.
May
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revised Facebook in the bathroom
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May
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revised What constitutes a shinui?
edit necessary info in to the Q from its tags
May
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revised Subjectivity in Halacha
thanks Double AA
May
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revised Subjectivity in Halacha
better (per comments, thanks Double AA)
May
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revised Saying “Elokim” when not referring to Hashem
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May
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revised How do I know if a midrash is accepted?
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May
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revised Continuing to eat somewhere else because of the das of bal habayis
some context, without which the question doesn't make much sense