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yeshiva in Judaism topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyeshivaye‧shi‧va, yeshivah /jəˈʃiːvə/ noun [countable]  RRJa school for Jewish students, where they can train to become rabbis (=religious leaders)
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yeshivaAs a young man, Paul had studied at a London yeshiva.So he went and studied at the yeshiva and slept in the synagogue on the floor and ate meals on charity.