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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishTalmudTal‧mud /ˈtælmʊd $ ˈtɑːl-, ˈtæl-/ noun   the TalmudTalmudic /tælˈmʊdɪk $ tɑːlˈmuːdɪk. tæl-/ adjective
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TalmudIt was later written down in two books called the Mishnah and the Talmud.After all, as scrupulous followers of the Talmud, dishonesty and corruption were abhorred.Running their corporation according to the ancient precepts of the Talmud, they shunned all publicity and trusted only a handful of associates.
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