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- n. Variant of tsuris.
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- n. Alternative spelling of tsuris.
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A few visits to the Interior Ministry later, our baby's tiny shoulders officially carried two countries' hopes and dreams, as well as the weight of two countries' tzuris.
But the thought of being charming and entertaining for an entire weekend, of judging and being judged on her level of religious observance (Leeba Rivka wears pants, on occasion, and she eats in non-kosher restaurants, albeit only cold vegetarian items!) seems like more of a tzuris, a headache, than a simcha, a joyous occasion.
Hugs for all the tzuris, my dear, but oh my - I do look forward to seeing pics from this one!
"My _tzuris_ if he does, Mawruss," he said; "because while I don't know nothing about this here game, y'understand, a good way to lose a customer is to play cards with him."
"Don't worry, Uncle Mosha," Aaron said; "with the _tzuris_ which I got it lately you would quicker ride to mine."
"My _tzuris_ if it is _oder_ it ain't," Morris commented.
Buying the large lost banks and junk will yeild only tzuris!!
To paraphrase someone who commented on this article on Ha’aretz’s website: with all of the poverty and other assorted tzuris in Jerusalem, this is what the municipality is spending its money on?