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revised Using someone's mother/father's disliked name for ritual purposes
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revised MiSheBerach for someone who doesn't like his/her own name
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Jan
22
comment What does the /shin/ marker (like Petucha/Setuma) at the end of Torah books mean?
@sharshi what's with the Reish??
Jan
22
comment Mechon-Mamre Tanach text
I believe they state somewhere that they use the JPS TaNa"Ch.
Jan
21
comment Is the lemon slice added to a soda in many bars a problem kosher-wise?
"Some say only turnips (and one other veggie, I forgot which) are davar charif." I think you meant radishes, not turnips. Turnips are treated as having the ability to neutralize the Ta'am in the knife, at least temporarily, so that a sharp food cut immediately after comes out ok.
Jan
20
revised Can a judge take an equal bribe from both sides?
Fixed spelling of R' Schachter's first name. Not to be confused with R' Herschel Schachter (different spelling).
Jan
18
awarded Nice Question
Jan
16
comment 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
@DoubleAA and now?
Jan
16
revised 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
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Jan
16
comment 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
@DoubleAA, better?
Jan
16
revised 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
Better?
Jan
16
comment If you're really thirsty (e.g. breaking a fast), do you make a bracha first on the water or solids?
Also related: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/30052/5
Jan
16
comment If you're really thirsty (e.g. breaking a fast), do you make a bracha first on the water or solids?
Related: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/23526/5
Jan
16
comment Will a "lower" Berachah made MiSafek exempt a different food that requires that Berachah (and vice versa)?
@DoubleAA better?
Jan
16
revised Will a "lower" Berachah made MiSafek exempt a different food that requires that Berachah (and vice versa)?
Better?
Jan
16
comment 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
@DoubleAA, yes; I might not be surprised to learn that the mass murder and chaos of the Holocaust created a presumption of death based on Rov or some other principle (and I might not be surprised to learn otherwise).
Jan
16
comment 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
@DoubleAA, some presumably did, while others presumably did not.
Jan
16
asked 'Agunoth and Mamzerim after the Holocaust
Jan
15
asked Should I separate this question into two?
Jan
15
comment Latest time to say asher yatzar after bed time?
Please edit into your question some underlying reason why you think bed time has anything to do with this Berachah.
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