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  • n. Alternative spelling of kilim.


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  • A turbaned man stands in a corner, glancing sideways at the high, kelim-covered platform, on which sits one unveiled woman holding a stringed instrument and another, strikingly pretty, with a peacock fan.

    In Linz, Art at the End of the Tunnel

  • From you, hazlitt, I take that as a criticism worthy of disregard. phil, I trust all the Pesachdikke kelim have been stached for another year of treif!

    Spectator Live

  • Also, interestingly, al pi shulchan oruch, we assume that any kelim used in the restaurant have NOT been used in 24 hours, with all of the halachic implications that implies again, because b’dieved it is acceptable in certain circumstances to use them, and it’s the non-Jewish restaurant using them, therefore the only requirement is the b’dieved requirement.

    Actually, Not Sure What’s For Dinner | Jewschool


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