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  • noun Plural form of mashgiach.

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Examples

  • It employs 75 full-time mashgichim and a small army of advising rabbis.

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  • It employs 75 full-time mashgichim and a small army of advising rabbis.

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  • It employs 75 full-time mashgichim and a small army of advising rabbis.

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  • I have seen a number of mashgichim in the store daily, and Eli explains the folks at Belz are quite serious, as I have seen in other shwarma stores under the same hechsher, with Maoz

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  • It employs 75 full-time mashgichim and a small army of advising rabbis.

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  • It employs 75 full-time mashgichim and a small army of advising rabbis.

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  • It employs 75 full-time mashgichim and a small army of advising rabbis.

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  • Before each batch of dough hits the conveyor belt, one of two mashgichim monitoring the mixing system grabs an egg-sized amount called the "hallah" and throws it in a bin for later discarding, according to Jewish law.

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  • During the five-month season, up to 20 mashgichim work on the product.

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  • For the past three years Rabbi Soloveichik has worked alone, with a team of five mashgichim (kosher supervisors).

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