from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To bruise; break.
- n. Dust; rubbish.
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- n. the Jewish rite of circumcision performed on a male child on the eighth day of his life
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And performing a briss off campus is protected by the first amendment.
I hope Obama is scheduling a second briss for the Liebersmeg.
The briss, the brit mila, the covenant of circumcision.
And even then, one of my favorite examples cited by the poor professor was a young couple who renounced their son's right of return at his briss.
What kind of anti-Semite celebrates their son’s briss?
My personal favorite among his examples was the couple that renounced their son’s Right of Return at his briss.