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Tallis

Thomas. ?1505--85, English composer and organist; noted for his music for the Anglican liturgy
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Weaving someone else's tallith. I, as a woman, can never
He is faputst from dein to shpitsfinger--dressed in a double-breasted suit and fedora plus a tallith with tzitzis over his shoulders, and he has a puter-wouldn't-melt-in-his-moyl look on his punim.
The Dalai Lama distributed long white scarves,equivalent to the Tallith,a Hebrew prayer shawl.
Dit spreek ook uit sy ouma se (te?) uitgebreide verduideliking (Hoofstuk 14) van die simboliese implikasies van die gebedsjaal, die tallith. Uiteindelik staan haar relaas nader aan 'n goeie kanselpreek as aan natuurlike dialoog.
I told him that I didn't think there are enough soldiers to do it and besides, I speculated, the two blue stripes just may parallel the tallith, the shawl observant Jewish men wear when they pray.
If, as Theodore Rosengarten alleges, freedom and its lack is the subtext of the essays, it is no accident that the last photo in the volume is of a black man--Charleston Police Chief Rueben Greenberg, wearing his kippah and tallith at Emanu-El synagogue.
It begins with the traditional donning of the tallith or prayer shawl.
The tallith is up in the sky, it is the compass card, the weapons' patience.