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for the series of "[number] mi yodeya" questions

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In a leap year, Yom Yerushalayim is the 265th day in the year if Heshvan is whole (has 30 days) and Kislev is Haser (has 29 days) or vice versa: Tishrei - 30 days each Heshvan, Kislev - 59 days toget …
answered Aug 17 '11 by Lea Cohen
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In a non-leap year, Yom Yerushalayim is the 236th day in the year if Heshvan and Kislev are both Mele'im (have 30 days): Tishrei, Heshvan, Kislev - 30 days each Tevet - 29 days Shvat - 30 days Adar - …
answered May 13 '11 by Lea Cohen
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Avraham's age in the time of Akedat Yitzchak (and consequently - when Sarah died) The Tehilim verse that is said before Birkat Hamazon every day that is not Shabbat or holiday
answered Dec 1 '10 by Lea Cohen
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Abraham's age when Yitzhak got married (Yitzhak was 40 when he married Rivka. בראשית כ"ה, כ)
answered Dec 6 '10 by Lea Cohen
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In a non-leap year, Yom Yerushalayim is the 235th day in the year if Heshvan is Haser (has 29 days) and Kislev is whole (has 30 days): Tishrei - 30 days Heshvan - 29 days Kislev - 30 days Tevet - 29 …
answered May 13 '11 by Lea Cohen
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Yitzhak's age when Yaakov got married. (Yaakov was 77 when he got to Lavan. He worked 7 years, and then married Lea and Rachel, at age 84. Yitzhak was 60 when Yaakov was born, so he was 144 when Yaako …
answered Dec 13 '10 by Lea Cohen
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There are 144 Etzba'ot (fingers) in a Kane (קנה): There are 4 Etzba'ot in a Tefach (טפח) and 6 Tefachim in an Amma (אמה), and 6 amot in a Kane
answered Dec 14 '10 by Lea Cohen
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The Psalm chapter that is said after Yistabah in Aseret Ymei Tshuv
answered Nov 22 '10 by Lea Cohen
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The 133th day from Rosh Hashanna is Tu Bishvat, if both Heshvan and Kislev are Haserim (have only 29 days)
answered Nov 26 '10 by Lea Cohen
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In a non-leap year, Shavuot is the 243rd day in the year if Heshvan and Kislev are both Mele'im (have 30 days): Tishrei, Heshvan, Kislev - 30 days each Tevet - 29 days Shvat - 30 days Adar - 29 days …
answered May 21 '11 by Lea Cohen
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In a leap year, Yom Yerushalayim is the 264th day in the year if Heshvan and Kislev are both Haserim (have 29 days): Tishrei -30 days Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet - 29 days each Shvat - 30 days Adar A - 29 …
answered Aug 17 '11 by Lea Cohen
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In a non-leap year, Yom Yerushalayim is the 234th day in the year if Heshvan and Kislev are both Haserim (have 29 days): Tishrei -30 days Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet - 29 days each Shvat - 30 days Adar - …
answered May 13 '11 by Lea Cohen
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In a non-leap year, Shavuot is the 242nd day in the year if Heshvan is Haser (has 29 days) and Kislev is whole (has 30 days): Tishrei - 30 days each Heshvan, Kislev - 59 days together Tevet - 29 days …
answered May 19 '11 by Lea Cohen
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In a non-leap year, Shavout is the 241st day in the year if Heshvan and Kislev are both Haserim (have 29 days): Tishrei -30 days Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet - 29 days each Shvat - 30 days Adar - 29 days N …
answered May 19 '11 by Lea Cohen
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The 41st day from Rosh Hashannah is Heshvan 11th, Rachel Imenu's Yahrzeit (I heard it from the Rabbanit Yemima Mizrahi)
answered Nov 23 '10 by Lea Cohen

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