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  • n. Plural form of tallith.


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  • Others still, covered with the folds of their white talliths, stood motionless, facing the walls, rocking their figures back and forward.

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • Seven chandeliers of a hundred lights each, illuminated the gallery above, showing behind the transparent grating innumerable female figures in bright coloured dresses; below were the benches, where the men were sitting on their soft white talliths.

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story

  • From the gallery came the loud sobs and wailing, of women, and in the background of the edifice people without silver ribbons round their talliths wrung their hard, work-stained hands.

    An Obscure Apostle A Dramatic Story


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