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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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revised What does an androginus or tumtum say in Birkot HaShachar?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does an androginus or tumtum say in Birkot HaShachar?
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comment Shnayim mikra ve'echad targum in English
@BoruchTkatch Actually, what would be more interesting is if those meforshim had access to them. If they didn't, that would explain why they felt comfortable making up what the Mechaber "meant".
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Who translated the original version of the Torah into each of the 70 languages?
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comment Menustration / Karet
What is your question?
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comment Is the timing of Mitzvot more intentional or more extentional?
@einpoklum Ya. Why not? I'll leave my arbitrary decisions up to the best Arbiter I know.
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comment Is the timing of Mitzvot more intentional or more extentional?
I would think we need a system whereby wherever you are you can figure out relevant times. Using astronomic phenomena is very convenient for that.
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revised Is the timing of Mitzvot more intentional or more extentional?
just because it's silly to you doesn't mean it is for others. and there is never a need to excuse insults; edited tags
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comment Why are the blessing(s) preceding the Haftarah printed and chanted with trope notes?
Why doesn't it "really answer the question of the Haftarah blessings"?
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answered Why are the blessing(s) preceding the Haftarah printed and chanted with trope notes?
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comment Why do we have the rule of “Nasog Achor”?
@DanF So you are asking if using Nasog Achor is correct in modern hebrew when spoken conversationally?
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comment Why are the blessing(s) preceding the Haftarah printed and chanted with trope notes?
@Daniel That is true for Ashkenazim but other communities treat it as two blessings.
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comment Why do we have the rule of “Nasog Achor”?
Are you asking if this applies to Modern Hebrew?
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revised Why do we have the rule of “Nasog Achor”?
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comment Why do we have the rule of “Nasog Achor”?
I don't understand the two sides of the question.
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comment Shnayim mikra ve'echad targum in English
@BoruchTkatch It's not unreasonable that he did, but even if not why should that matter?
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comment is there a hint in scripture or midrash for a future nuclear war?
Re your footnote: I think the trope indicate against that.
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on The concept of glatt
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revised The concept of glatt
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comment Who translated the original version of the Torah into each of the 70 languages?
(I didn't see the question till just now.) What are the nations going to do with copies, anyway?