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“Hear the author of the Aruch concerning the Chagigah of Pentecost: "The word chag denotes dancing, and clapping hands for joy.”
“So I got there at 10: 30 am on erev chag, which is usually early enough to have your pick of the challot, and lo and behold, there were no challot to be had.”
“Bitter herb recalls when we were slaves in Egypt chag sameach”
“We found the chag, a medicinal bracket fungus of the walnut, and swung our way back down to the river from tree to tree.”
“Gender SelectionWhile religious Jews in the U.S. struggle to make it through three days of chag and shabbat this weekend, followed by another three days next weekend - which means they're not reading this on Friday - us Israelis no sooner finish chag that we start our preparations for shabbat, having only most of a Friday in between the two.”
“Apparently she celebrated Rosh Hashanah by rocking out at a kabbalah conference in Tel Aviv on the second day of chag, and then met with Shimon Peres Saturday night.”
“By Rosh Hashanah some have the tradition to be stringent and try to eat only pas yisroel by that specific chag”
“By Rosh Hashanah some have the tradition to be stringent and try to eat only pas yisroel by that specific chag, but the halachah is clear, pas palter bread of the baker is kosher.”
“A friend of mine just sent me a text message, “chag sameach.””
“Dhowayan: @admin: isnt the whole idea about Bada ... daveis: to whom i may contact, 2 buy this m. chag ...”
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