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  • n. Alternative spelling of beth din.

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Examples

  • Likewise the weekly local newspaper often ran the names of people called to the Beit Din, the court that presided over all matters, cat calls to guard your eyes, guard your mouth and guard your children.

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  • She achieved a major victory when in January the Beit Din, a rabbinical court, ruled in her favor.

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  • Pauker sought to have a secular court confirm the arbitration determined by the Beit Din.

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  • 2 Also known as a Beth Din or a Beit Din, the Bais Din is a rabbinical court composed of a minimum of three rabbis who are authorized to pass upon questions of Jewish law and practice presented to them.

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