adret

adret

[′ad·rət]
(ecology)
The sunny (usually south) face of a mountain featuring high timber and snow lines.
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2005), and (3) their vocalizations often show little geographic variation, suggesting they are not learned (Miller 1996; but see Adret 2012).
As the Rashba, Rabbi Solomon ben Abraham Adret, wrote about 700 years ago when asked to apply a non-Jewish law of inheritance instead of rabbinic law:
This clever reading is first cited by a Spanish Jewish scholar, Solomon ben Abraham Adret (known by the acronym Rashba), who lived in mid-thirteenth century.
Rabbi Shlomo Ibn Adret (Rashba) cautions us that the Torah is of primary and paramount importance for the Jewish people.
Indirectly echoing the Sefer hasidim's apparent ambivalence, the late thirteenth-century Rabbi Solomon ibn Adret of Barcelona indicated that it was best to achieve both da`atah ve(
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Rabbi Solomon ibn Adret and Rabbi Isaac ben Sheshet Perfet empowered the majority to make decisions, collect taxes, enforce bans and expropriate the property of sinners.
Solomon ibn Adret (Rashba) in one of his responsa (5: 25).
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