from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A lesson from the Torah, or Law, from which at least one section is read in the Jewish synagogue on every Sabbath and festival.


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  • According to her memoir, her father, a former student of the Volozhin yeshiva, “studied Talmud day and night;” while her mother spent every Shabbat reading the weekly parashah (portion of the Pentateuch) with the commentaries of Rashi (1040 – 1105) and Abraham Ibn Ezra (1089 – 1164).

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  • The third mode of dealing with such tests is the way of the wise, who have cultivated judges and executors see previous parashah.

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  • My tag line this week is the verse from the parashah the liberals are going to outlaw soon.

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  • This will, of course, vary significantly based on the length of the parashah.

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