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A 9-branched candelabrum lit by Jews during the holiday of Chanukah. (Distinct from the 7-branched gold candelabrum that was lit in the Jewish Temple.)

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There's an article on this by Dose of Halacha. Here's an excerpt: While the Rema (OC 671:7) follows the Rivash that one can’t fulfil one’s obligation to light through the shul’s menora, the Kolbo …
answered Dec 22 '14 by Zvi
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The Emes L'yaakov (by R' Yaakov Kamenetsky) on Parshas Miketz is clear that they may not be used even for Mitzva use. He compares Chanuka lights - forbidden to benefit from - to Shabbos candles - we b …
answered Dec 22 '14 by Zvi
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At the back of Yabia Omer Vol 10 OC (Siman 55), he has notes on Rav Poalim. There, in section 37 he writes as follows: ח"ב חאו"ח סימן סב. נשאל הרהמ"ח על מ"ש הרמ"א (סי' תרו ס"א) שאם ביקש מחיל …
answered Dec 15 '14 by Zvi
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Based on Dose of Halacha, it seems that according to most Poskim, you shouldn't even light with a Bracha at a party. Even according to those who say that you should light with a Bracha, it's no differ …
answered Dec 7 '15 by Zvi