the Jewish method of killing animals for food
noun, Theology. 1. Shekhinah. a Chaldee word meaning resting-place, not found in Scripture, but used by the later Jews to designate the visible symbol of God’s presence in the tabernacle, and afterwards in Solomon’s temple. When the Lord led Israel out of Egypt, he went before them “in a pillar of a cloud.” This was […]
1. a combined form used to replace a singular nominative pronoun in denoting a person of either sex: Each employee must sign the register when she/he enters or leaves.
noun, Hebrew. 1. the slaughtering of animals for food by a duly certified person in the manner prescribed by Jewish law.
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