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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Judaism
synagoguesyn‧a‧gogue /ˈsɪnəɡɒɡ $ -ɡɒːɡ/ noun [countable]  RRJa building where Jewish people meet for religious worship
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synagogueAside from residential projects, the firm also works on restaurants, stores and a synagogue.Must we find all work prosaic because our grandfather built an early synagogue?Patinkin discovered his voice in synagogue, not in formal training.Now the Philadelphia synagogue offered to write the letter.The mikva is situated in an out-building in the synagogue grounds, and there is a car park outside.Women in head scarves and long coats take a seat on the left side of the synagogue.From now on, the message would go to everyone and not only to the synagogues.The synagogue now exhibits Hebrew manuscripts and prints.
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