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.n"awn /'D’tonv, onso nxnm nnoa nn ,pbpna .*pw imr
/ay rbpn
Responsa and notes on the
Shulhan Arukh
by the late Rabbi Jonathan
Steiff of Hungary and Brooklyn.
itpaa nn w a o^ayi
n"w
:D’ payaa m a i wm
ay .a
pbn
.trawn ,orw trnx Diana ,.*»
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.nrcx onsx nxa .xaaip
xaa ,xy’xa xaa ,x&p xna mnaoa ^y a^cm’n ,Dnsx nax iso
/ay n"aw .xnna
Vol. 3 of a collection of responsa by Rabbi Ephraim Oshry that he gave
during the difficult war years in the Kovno ghetto; also lectures delivered
on the three first tractates of
Nezikin
after his liberation.
pa iaTa D’poian mtw mx’a : Dua r ^y mrc n a n n
/ay T"p .n"awn ma’u^a
nn tonaw nxa .nipawn
On twilight in Jewish law, by Rabbi Samuel David Siegel of Baltimore.
,p*?pna .nr’1? omv nxa ,nnnn nitons *?y :
d h i v
m x s n
/ay rn .n^n
Commentary on the Torah, by Rabbi Jeruchim Lainer.
OTHER WORKS
ziaan^w £rnxn j .aip'nao mm nxa . n n a y n nstrn nm x
/ay n"snn ,n"^? .n"
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The first thesaurus of the Hebrew language, patterned after the English
thesaurus, by the late Nahum Stutchkoff, who previously had rendered the
same service for the Yiddish language.
nwa nxa .onay onDo-nTip,>a-rip,’opb s n a y p m i p ’ a
/ay an .n"awn /jrDaao pip ^xnana .p’toaao
A lexicon on criticism of modern Hebrew literature, by the prolific Hebrew
and Yiddish writer Moshe Sambatyon.
/ay a"D .n"Dtyn ,ans ,.■>. pwew nato nxa .tib’o : q*w
b
a n
“The Detectives.” A story by Solomon Scharfstein.
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pbn
.n"Dti>n /in’? .a .ftn1? nr& nxa .wnnn D^nya
mm’ ^y .a p*?n 'ay a
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.pmrwxi 'n n ny Diaa^ip nsiaonD
/ay n"a .myi xniD
“ In the New World.” On American Jewish heroes by Tina Levitan.