Jewry


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Jewry

1. 
a. Jews collectively
b. the Jewish religion or culture
2. Archaic (sometimes found in street names in England) a quarter of a town inhabited by Jews
3. Archaic the land of Judaea
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In the wake of important figures of Eastern European Jewry entering the American Jewish intellectual scene, says Krah, American Jews unpacked and re-assembled Yiddish-based East European Jewish culture, Ashkenazic spirituality, and Hasidism in particular through the middle decades of the 20th century.
King's words affirmed the American Jewish campaign for Soviet Jewry as part of the broader movement for freedom that defined the hopes of the era.
Tamworth Region Mayor, Col Murray, said it will deliver the single-biggest improvement to traffic flows on Tamworths road network since the current two-lane pre-stressed concrete Jewry Street Bridge opened in December 1971.
American Jewry is very important to me," she said in a filmed statement.
Target: London office assets, Boundary House, Jewry Street
The incident was described by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry as "the most serious incident of spontaneous anti-semitic violence in Australia in living memory.
After an overview of the development of the Moravian Jewry from initial settlement under the Premyslid Dynasty in the eleventh century through the connected phenomena of the avid reception of Sabbatianism and Frankism and subsequent rejection of Hasidism in the eighteenth century (p.
CDATA[ Rabbi Yona Metzger greets Diaspora Jewry, asks why Jewish people wish each other both a good year and a sweet year on Rosh Hashanah.
Kaplan's study convincingly argues that the leaders of French Jewry consistently chose the path of moderation and pragmatism, as they maneuvered between these forces, negotiating accommodations rather than adopting principled positions and forging alliances opportunistically with one side or the other, depending upon which represented the greater momentary threat.
New German Jewry and the European Context: The Return of the European Jewish Diaspora.
REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL OF NORTH EAST JEWRY, Newcastle
ALVIN Stardust was born Bernard William Jewry in September 1942.