Beis

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Moshe Aryeh Freund
... (1894 – 1996) was the Chief Rabbi (av beis din) of the Edah HaChareidis in Jerusalem ... town of Honiad, where his father, Rabbi Yisroel Freund, served as av beis din ... Remo, the Maharshal, the Shach, and the Beis Yosef ...
Old Latin - Grammar and Morphology - Personal Pronouns
... nōs vōs - Genitive nostrōm, -ōrum, -i vostrōm, -ōrum, -i sei Dative nōbeis, nis vōbeis sibei Accusative nōs vōs sēd Ablative nōbeis, nis vōbeis s ...
Synagogues Of Jerusalem - Former Synagogues - Beis Aharon Synagogue of Karlin-Stolin
... It was named Beis Aharon (House of Aaron) after a work authored by Rabbi Aharon II Perlow of Karlin (1802–1872) ... War of Independence, a new centre was established in Jerusalem’s Beis Yisrael neighbourhood ...
Mesivta
... from a mesivta, students progress to a beis medrash, or undergraduate-level, yeshiva program ... a combination of mesivta (high-school) and beis medrash (post-high-school) programs ... Students in the beis medrash program are often called upon to mentor those in the mesivta ...
Brisk Tradition And Soloveitchik Dynasty - The Soloveitchik Dynasty - The Beis HaLevi
... Rabbi Yosef Dov Soloveitchik (1820–1892), who is known by the title of his work, Beis HaLevi, served as rabbi of Brisk for much of his life ... Dov Soloveitchik authored were titled Beis HaLevi (Hebrew for "House of the Levites") ... therefore refer to him simply as the Beis HaLevi, which also avoids the confusion with his two great-grandsons of the same name (1) the son of Rabbi Moshe Soloveichik, Rabbi Joseph ...