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rabbinical in Judaism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrabbinicalrab‧bin‧i‧cal /rəˈbɪnɪkəl/ adjective  RRJrelating to the writings or teaching of rabbis
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rabbinicalDocumentation must be as explicit as possible because staff and circumstance seem to take a rabbinical delight in producing difficult cases.That same year the rabbinical diploma was conferred on him by Rabbi Weiss, lector in Vienna.Thankfully this fate has not befallen a splendid exponent of rabbinical humour, Rabbi Lionel Blue.Dissident A rabbinical poet with hippy dreadlocks was king of the clients on vodka street.When I was studying at the rabbinical seminary, I had borrowed a copy of Pan Tadeusz from her.Isaac and Samuel may have been rabbinical teachers themselves, as well as patrons of other teachers.But the main significance of Chasidism was its reaction against the intellectualism of some rabbinical traditions.