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I mean, in my work with Jewish addicts, I hear about the deaths of bright, young, talented people as often as my more conventional colleagues deal with weddings and bar-mitzvahs.
When the boy turns into a man (NO, bar-mitzvahs don't count, being a man automatically happens in Judiasim.)
Splurging on expensive vacations, elaborate weddings and extravagant bar-mitzvahs to impress family and friends.
Ms. McClaughlin countered rumors that the Armory will be functional hall with a liquor license, as its opponents have claimed, saying that they will not rent out the 395-person performance space for weddings, bar-mitzvahs, or other events that do not lie within the mission of the community art center.
We saw synagogues, places for bar-mitzvahs, and religious schools.