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“Vaad is a Hebrew term for a council of rabbis. It is a diasporic phenomenon, having no precedent...Vaad
“Jacob ben Meir Tam, universally known as Rabbenu Tam (c. 1100–c. 1171) (Hebrew: רבינו תם) was...Rabbeinu Tam
“Posek (Hebrew פוסק, [po·ˈseq], pl. Poskim, פוסקים) is the term in Jewish law for "decider"—a...Posek
“A term used to denote the legal and interpretative traditions which, according to tradition...Oral Torah
“The ancient Israelites used a distinct system of measurements, which appears within the Hebrew...Biblical and Talmudic units of measurement
“In Jewish law, damages (Hebrew: nezikin נזיקין) covers a range of jurisprudential topics that...Damages (Jewish law)
“Apostasy in Judaism refers to the rejection of Judaism by a Jew and defection to another...Apostasy in Judaism
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