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  • noun Plural form of yarmulka.

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Examples

  • This segment of modern orthodoxy, usually described by the type of yarmulkas worn by the men ( "Knitted Yarmulka"), has become dominant.

    A Rite of Passage

  • You were perfectly at liberty to check for crucifixes or yarmulkas if you thought that was a more likely indicator of a potential hijacker.

    Archive 2004-09-12

  • You were perfectly at liberty to check for crucifixes or yarmulkas if you thought that was a more likely indicator of a potential hijacker.

    Robert Fisk ...

  • Yet from its website I could not find a single reference to them speaking with any religiously motivated Israeli parties, nor any pictures of them speaking to any Jews in yarmulkas.

    Elder of Ziyon

  • Yet from its website I could not find a single reference to them speaking with any religiously motivated Israeli parties, nor any pictures of them speaking to any Jews in yarmulkas.

    Elder of Ziyon

  • The Jerusalem Post that "York students wearing yarmulkas still can't even walk around without being harassed."

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  • There are lots and lots of people like me, whose education Baruch Hashem continued and continues and you may never know whether we wore kippahs or yarmulkas or kapplach when we were your son's age … How did kids like this get to day school, you may ask?

    Beyond BT - The Baal Teshuva site for Baalei Teshuva and Other Growth Oriented Jews

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