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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​כי הות אמינא מילתא הוה אקשי ליך עשרין וארבע קושייתא ונפריקנא להון עשרין וארבעה פרוקי וממילא רווחא שמעתא


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comment Shouldn't it be Mordochai?
??? I say Mordochai. Maybe you've just been saying it wrong.
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comment What scribes' Torah scrolls does a non-Orthodox synagogue use?
@Yitzchak Why is "there no way to ensure [it]"?
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comment Why bother with forcing the Get?
Yet forcing also accomplishes equally "nothing" so why is it different?
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comment Saying “thank you” before taking a bite
Note this may be one of those cases where if it's permitted it becomes obligatory.
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comment Saying “thank you” before taking a bite
same time-period judaism.stackexchange.com/q/11732/759
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comment What's special about where the unique karne farah trope appears?
very very similar judaism.stackexchange.com/q/43607/759
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revised What's special about where the unique karne farah trope appears?
i'm not going to play with your transliteration but note that the פ in קרני פרה has no dagesh in it.
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comment Why bother with forcing the Get?
@YEZ That's a very poor argument in my mind. Written by him is not at all emphasized in the text. Seems like it's just saying standard procedure; not to mention issues of Shlichut. You would need to do a study of cases like reiach haget and such to paint a better picture. In any event, if that is your source, you should state so explicitly for others' benefit.
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comment Who certified this yogurt as kosher?
i'll link to judaism.stackexchange.com/a/12740/759 though note my comment
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comment Why bother with forcing the Get?
How does it answer "Why not just have Beis Din write out a Get and deliver it?"?
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comment Halacha of married women covering their hair
Regarding your chiddush, see Benei Vanim 3:22 at the very end.
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revised Who certified this yogurt as kosher?
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comment Why bother with forcing the Get?
I don't see how this addresses the question at all.
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comment Why bother with forcing the Get?
Sources for your last paragraph (the essential part of the answer) would be nice. It's not entirely obvious that a Beit Din written Get does not at least have a hint of a Get.
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comment What is the reason for “stretched” letters in the Torah?
@Ypnypn That is incorrect.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on When Sofrim write Sifrei Torah, do they think of the Ba'alei Kri'ah (readers)?
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