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Sabbath

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSabbathSab‧bath /ˈsæbəθ/ noun  1 the Sabbath2 keep/break the Sabbath
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SabbathOh, what a scene for the bright sun of a holy Sabbath morning to shine upon!Indeed the whole issue of Sabbath observance could be set for a return to fashion.She had walked out with him several times after the Sabbath afternoon meal, and apparently he could not forget her.Exodus also prescribes death for those who defile the Sabbath or perform any work on that day.The people of Lewis keep the Sabbath and their honour.This avoided the sin of cooking on the Sabbath.The law stated, for example, that no work could be done on the Sabbath.
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