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rabbi in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrabbirab‧bi /ˈræbaɪ/ noun [countable]  BORRJa Jewish priest
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rabbiJacob studied at the Yeshiva de los Pintos at Rotterdam and at the age of twenty-five was already a rabbi in Amsterdam.Laszlo once wanted to be a rabbi.What if he had been a vicar, a Methodist minister or a rabbi?Medina had also asked to see a rabbi.Minna and I went to a rabbi on Kupyetska Street and he gave us a divorce.The Kirk's answer to the rollicking rabbis was of course Revd James Currie.Yet almost none of the congregants ever asks the rabbis or synagogue presidents how they will be voting.My uncle Gabriel, the rabbi, just barely escaped being shot.