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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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Of the tomb seals archaeologists have found in the area, this is the only one that had a menorah design on the front, according to Haaretz.
In ancient times, our ancestors rededicated the Temple in Jerusalem with the menorah.
The menorah on the Arch of Titus has held such a grip on the Jewish imagination that for much of these two millennia Jews have superstitiously avoided passing beneath it.
In this book Fine shines with visionary capability to relay to the Jewish and non- Jewish reader the nuanced complexity of the symbolism of the menorah, yet not losing the reader in a Borgean labyrinthian maze of details, because always does the master craftsman author visionarily see the forest for the trees, to give a perspective with interdisciplinary connections that offer the reader innumerable insights and enlighten the mind with expanded consciousness.
While trainer Hobbs appeared keen to saddle Menorah early yesterday afternoon, it later emerged his charge would not run, leaving Johnson free to partner Coneygree for the second time.
After the deal is completed, Menorah Mivtachim Holdings would hold ILS1.
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.
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.
com)-- Chabad of Kentucky will light a giant 16 foot menorah at Chanukah on Ice @ 4th Street Live, at a community Chanukah celebration on Sunday, December 21, 2014.
Biden marked the start of the eight-day Jewish holiday Tuesday evening by observing the lighting of the national menorah.
THE Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Councillor Margaret Jones, together with faith leaders and residents will join members of the Jewish community next week for the city's first community lighting of a menorah to mark the start of the Jewish Chanuka festival.