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Are glasses muktzeh on shabbat for Jews who can see

See S"A Harav, 318:41 where he states that the status of muktzeh is a status that is dependent on the object and its owner, and that status propagates to all people who dwell in his home, ...
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Latest time to eat the first Shabbat meal

Shulchan Aruch Harav 271:16 says the seuda time lasts all night: אַף עַל פִּי שֶׁמִּצְוָה מִן הַמֻּבְחָר לְקַדֵּשׁ סָמוּךְ לִכְנִיסַת הַשַּׁבָּת, מִכָּל מָקוֹם נִמְשָׁךְ עִקַּר מִצְוָתוֹ כָּל ...
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Is collected rainwater on Shabbat nolad

MB 338:30 says it’s not muktzah לרחיצה - דאין על המטר היורד שם מוקצה או נולד ויכול לשתותו או לרחוץ ממנו וה"ה אם הוא ראוי רק לשתיית בהמה
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May Jews attach or detach cup handles on Shabbat

It appears permitted in your case since the cup holder is only loosely connected to the cup. See Rambam MT Shabbat 22:26 A candelabrum made up of separate pieces may not be reassembled on the Sabbath,...
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Must one remove one's chewing gum at shkia of Shabbat day?

Thank you @Moishe for your comment, it is true that this question goes back to the question of making a bracha rishona and bracha achrona on gum (is it food?) which seems to be a machloket Achronim. ...
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Looking for online Yerushalmi Trope trainer

I am not precisely sure what you mean by the "Yerushalmi" trope in this scenario. If you mean the Sefaradic Yerushalmi trope, you can find that and many others at the Sefaradic Pizmonim ...
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Is a bird muktzeh on Shabbat

In Masechet Shabbat 128b, it says one is forbidden to move on Shabbat domesticated animals, wild animals, or birds. The Ra'an says because living creatures are not suitable for any work on Shabbat, ...
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Aerating wine on shabbos

Q: Is it permissible to use an aerator (non battery operated) on Shabbos? Since the wine is drinkable without aeration (for us non-connoisseurs) adding air should not be an issue. Besides, we do not ...
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