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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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PassoverPass‧o‧ver /ˈpɑːsəʊvə $ ˈpæsoʊvər/ noun [uncountable] (also the Passover)  RRJa Jewish religious holiday when people remember the escape of the Jews from Egypt
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PassoverWhen 4-and 5-year-olds prepare a Passover seder, that is part of the job.On feast days such as Passover, thousands of offerings were made.Have you forgotten what it says in the Haggadah, what you read every Passover?This is an updated version of the recipe for Passover fritters passed down in her family.MAtse a. The unleavened bread used during the celebration of Passover.Matzo brie Finding a hot and filling breakfast that's acceptable during the eight days of the Passover isn't easy.The chapters preceding this one tell of the Passover and the miracle at the Reed Sea.The two communities of Samaritans reunite annually at the highlight of their religious year, Passover.
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