mezuza


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mezuza

doorpost ornament, thought by primitive Jews to protect them from harm. [Judaism: Rosten, 239]
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Al darse cuenta de esta estrategia de neologismos, se explica la depresion que Hannah experimenta al sentirse confrontada con la mezuza y el tapu en su historia familiar, el leitmotiv de la trama novelesca.
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These include dietary laws, divorce, mikve, eruvin, mezuza, conversions, and circumcisions.
Orthodox Jews attach to the right-hand entry doorpost of the home a small box cared the mezuza, containing a parchment with two passages of scripture (Deut.
They began researching its history, and based on items they found - a mezuza (a parchment inscribed with a biblical passage) buried underneath layers of paint outside the front door, a Band-Aid from Dine Manufacturing Co.