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  • n. Plural form of aleph.


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  • She searched for other signs, but there were no alephs or ICs or artifacts.


  • So very carefully and through clenched teeth I tell her fine put me in whatever class meets on the other two evenings of the week these would, of course, be alephs and aleph pluses.

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  • The letter aleph א signals two sounds in Yiddish: the komets aleph אָ sounds like o as in gold and the aleph with a pasakh אַ sounds like a. The name "Obama," for instance, is spelled with both alephs:

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  • There Li had found the alephs in abundance, along with Ike’s carved initials.


  • "Pronunciation must be complete and correct ... particularly one must not confuse alephs with

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