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- n. One of the Jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the Babylonian Talmud in the 6th century A.D.
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The scholars who lived after him (at the end of the fifth and in the first half of the sixth centuries), called Sabora im ( "those who reflect, examine", because they weighed and also completed what had been written by the
There is a good place directly across the street called Sabora that serves Argentina style pepitos, steak sandwiches.
On map 1 he shows the ancient Burmese towns of Saboa and Sabora; also the Sabaracus Sutus (Sea).
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