Satanov

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Satanov

 

an urban-type settlement in Gorodok Raion, Khmel’nitskii Oblast, Ukrainian SSR. Located on the Zbruch River, a tributary of the Dnestr, Satanov is 20 km from the Zakupnoe railroad station on the Kopychintsy-Iarmolintsy line. Satanov has a bread-baking plant, a sugar plant, a fruit cannery, and other food-processing enterprises.

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In 1808, Rabbi Menahem Mendel Lefin of Satanov, Podolia (modern Ukraine), published his booklet Sefer Heshbon Ha'Nefesh ("The Book of Self-Examination"), presenting Franklin's method in Hebrew, accompanied by a dozen rabbinic approbations and sprinkled with rabbinic and scriptural supports to assure readers of its conformity to Jewish tradition (SINKOFF 2000, p.
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