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- n. the capital and largest city of Lithuania; located in southeastern Lithuania
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Yeah, maybe not in your tradition, but then the vilna gaon has no halchic weight in mine, so, you know, whatever.
But then again, the vilna gaon has no halachic weight in mine, so… twelve tribes twelve nusachs I guess.
Oh I forgot to include the bocherim in japan. shame on all of you! how much money did you give towards Pidyon shvuim for this case?! the chafetz chaim, vilna goan, alter rebbe, shpoler zaidy and many other noteworthy people went on misiras nefesh to get fellow yidden out of jail (even if it was for a jew not paying back his debt etc.)!
ephraim · August 17th, 2007 at 12:10 pm af yidish heyst di shtot “vilne” . “vilna” iz der rusisher nomen.