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Kiddush

(kĭd`əsh) [Heb.,=sanctification], Jewish ceremonial blessing indicating the beginning of the Sabbath or any other Hebrew festival. Kiddush is also said at mealtime and consists of a prayer of benediction over the occasion and the wine or bread.
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Down a spotless hallway is a conference room where glass cabinets display assorted Judaica--a Kiddush cup, a tallit, a small Torah--evoking the quiet ambience of an upscale temple gift shop.
The company introduced the kiddush cup at the spring tabletop market, which was received well, said Bob Borden, vice president of design and the creative director at Nambe.
I pass out my big collection of hagaddahs for people to look at and put out my three seder plates and everyone has their own kiddush cup.
Gone is the silver Kiddush cup and Seder plate his family rescued from their Paris apartment under cover of the night.
He also took silver "hand" used for reading from the Torah, a Kiddush cup used on the Sabbath, and a Book of Psalms.
The design motifs all relate to Jewish traditions, and include the kiddush cup, the wedding cup, a seder plate, a matzo plate, the challah tray, the sabbath candlestick and the challah knife handle.
The Israeli fighter pilot was also a Jewish space wizard, as he joyfully demonstrated his gravitation-free floating Kiddush cup.
2) Multicolored ceramic kiddush cup by artist Sara Mann.
Among the items in the shops are Hanukkah-themed kitchen textiles such as towels and oven mitts, Lenox Judaic giftware including menorah, dreidel, kiddush cup, mezuzah, challah knife and challah tray, Hanukkah gourmet food baskets and candies and menorahs in various sizes and styles.
The exhibitionwhich includes photographs of the students, a uniform of the "Girl Guides," prefect pins, library books, stamps, Annie Landau's passport, her Kiddush cup, a book of staff meetings, and other treasures from the archives and personal collections of students of the schoolwas curated by Nirit Shalev-Khalifa and runs along a corridor at Yad Itzhak Ben Zvi, a Zionist research institute and publishing house in Jerusalem; it will run through the summer.
He hung a mezuzah on one of the doors in the spacecraft; he took a silver 'hand' used for reading from the Torah; the world saw him proudly wave his Kiddush cup used on the Sabbath; and in his bag was a Book of Psalms.
We're not a people who erase words like fingerprints on a kiddush cup but mount them on our door posts and on our gates.