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rabbinate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrabbinaterab‧bi‧nate /ˈræbənət, -neɪt/ noun   the rabbinate
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rabbinateAnd conversions of the kind Mantzur wanted for his wife and daughter also must be approved by the Orthodox rabbinate.The Orthodox rabbinate does not recognize those performed by Reform and Conservative rabbis.At this time the father dedicates his son to the study of the Torah or to the rabbinate.The traditionalist rabbinate viewed Modern Orthodoxy with a good deal of alarm.
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