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menorah

Judaism
1. a seven-branched candelabrum used in the Temple and now an emblem of Judaism and the badge of the state of Israel
2. a candelabrum having eight branches and a shammes that is lit during the festival of Hanukkah
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Students from another Hand in Hand school, in the city of Jaffa, hand painted that menorah.
There was no question of looking for another jockey to ride Menorah - Tom is extremely capable, he does brilliantly to make the jump jockeys' top 10, and he knows Menorah well.
This year's celebration brings added significance as Louisville joins thousands of communities worldwide in marking forty years since the first public menorah which was lit at the Liberty Bell in 1974.
Al Ferof will carry the colours of Shropshire businessman John Hales and Menorah is the hero in the highly talented string that run in the ownership of Worcestershire's Diana Whateley.
A trio of cantors sang Hanukkah songs as a rabbi lit the giant menorah on the Ellipse outside the White House.
Cardiff United Synagogue's first annual menorah lighting will take place outside Manor House in Richmond Road on December 21 at 5.
All looked to be going to plan for Silviniaco for a circuit, but when the pressure came on, it was Menorah who delivered.
You are credited with developing Menorah Park from a stand-alone building into a senior campus community.
Every day we light one more candle on the menorah, this symbolizes the good deeds we have done; today we have one candle, tomorrow two, and every day one more good deed to make this world a better place".
According to Guinness World Records, the largest Hanukkah (Chanukah) menorah, standing at 32ft (9.
PHILIP HOBBS has the option of running Menorah against leading Gold Cup contender Silviniaco Conti over three miles in Saturday's Grade 2 Betfair Denman Chase at Newbury, writes Richard Birch.
An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish boy lights candles on a large menorah on the third night of the holiday of Hanukkah, "The Festival of Lights," in Jerusalem Dec.