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: Once, Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakkai was walking with his disciple, Rabbi Yehoshua, near Jerusalem after the destruction of the Temple.
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: Once, Rabbi Yohanan ben Zakkai was walking with his disciple, Rabbi Y ' hoshua, near Jerusalem after the destruction of the Temple.
Once Rabbi Tzvi Hirsh told his brother Rabbi Moshe of Sambor that in one of his " previous lives " he was Rabbi Yishmael Kohen Gadol ( one of a series of high priests of the Second Temple, famous for his mystical visions recorded both in the Talmud and in the corpus known as Sifrei Heichalot-literature of the heavenly palaces ).
Once, Reb Noson was approached by the wife of Rabbi Nachman Goldstein of Tulchyn, who complained that with her husband away for Sukkot, she was left without financial support.
Once and ben
Once a woman came to Nahman ben Jacob, complaining that the exilarch and the scholars of his court sat at the festival in a stolen booth 31a, the material for it having been taken from her.
Once and was
Once, pressing him, I learned that his job was only part-time, in the afternoons when nothing went on in the hall.
Once again, Tom Horn was the first and most likely suspect, and he was brought in for questioning immediately.
Once ( this was on the third day of school ) she kneeled down to pick up some books where they'd dropped on the floor and Jack looked up her dress -- at the bare expanse of incredibly white leg.
Once, then -- for how many years or how few does not matter -- my world was bound round by fences, when I was too small to reach the apple tree bough, to twist my knee over it and pull myself up.
Once covertly looking at Simms Purdew, the only man in the world whom he hated, he had seen the heavy, slack, bestubbled jaw open and close to emit the cruel, obscene banter, and had seen the pale-blue eyes go watery with whisky and merriment, and suddenly he was not seeing the face of that vile creature.
Once her trembling hand, with the pen grasped tight in it, was pressed against the paper the words came sharply, smoothly, as authoritatively as they would dropping from her own lips.
Once in a while they said what a shame it was, with Granny dying, but they all agreed she wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
Once the full extent of this Russian military penetration of Cuba was clear, President Kennedy announced we would take whatever action was appropriate to prevent this, even if we had to go it alone.
Once the question of emancipation was settled to Palfrey's satisfaction, he faced a real problem in placing the freedmen in suitable homes as servants.
Once regarded as an agricultural nuisance, psyllium was sold in the 1930's as a mechanical laxative under 117 different brands.
`` Once, when the editor was just out of the hospital from a gallstone operation, Mrs. Calhoun and the mother of the bride went out to his house and fought it out beside his bed.
Once when she asked why he never went swimming and he answered, `` Don't feel like it '', he was tempted to tell her about being scared.
They could still read the opening: `` Once, I was like you, stepping out of my window at the end of day, and letting the winds blow me gently toward the place I lived in.
Once his eyesight recovered sufficiently, he was able to study English literature at Balliol College, Oxford.
Once this was over, a massive development cooperation in the field of health and education brought in numerous civil personnel from Cuba.
Once he was firmly established in the Northern March, Albert's covetous eye lay also on the thinly populated lands to the north and east.
Once and walking
Once Crowe earns his trust, Cole eventually confides in him that he " sees dead people ... walking around like regular people ".
Once a branch has been cut or in any other way removed from its source, it is most commonly referred to as a stick, and a stick employed for some purpose ( such as walking, spanking, or beating ) is often called a rod.
" Once again the dead are walking in our midst ," he wrote, " ironically, draped in the name of Marx, the man who tried to bury the dead of the nineteenth century.
Once there, passengers would be transported to their aircraft by Passenger Transfer Vehicles ( PTVs ), rather than walking through jetways.
Once described as the " Switzerland of England ", it has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ( AONB ) since 1964, and is used for grouse shooting, walking and cycling, though it is relatively unfrequented by tourists.
Once the Kivus were secured the remainder of the First Congo War consisted for the most part of the ADFL and its allies walking and driving across the country to Kinshasa.
Once while wing walking, she fell off at ; ordinarily, she did not wear a parachute, but this time she did.
Once dinner ends, they go walking around the hotel until they meet two ladies from Chicago at the bar.
Once an industrial wasteland, Louisville's reclaimed waterfront now features trees and walking paths
Once and with
Once more he lifted Jess's gun from its holster, only this time he tossed it into the stall with the frightened buckskin.
Once more and roared off into the fog, his foot evidently surprising him with the suddenness with which it pressed the accelerator, just as his hand did when he worked.
Once we have made clear that we are genuinely concerned with a country's development potential, we can be blunt in suggesting the technical conditions that must be met for development to occur.
Once you become an avocado fan, you will look forward to the season each year with eager anticipation.
Once there, the D.A. with devilish cleverness would provide Marshall with headlines: `` Viola's Multiple Romances '' `` Viola Lake an Addict '' `` Downfall of Another Film Idol ''!!
Once he has been identified, however, a new melody is used to accompany his narrative, a bleak motif with barren octaves creating a rather ancient effect:
Once, in New York, he had gone flying with some friends in a small private airplane with a single engine.
Once Pan had the audacity to compare his music with that of Apollo, and to challenge Apollo, the god of the kithara, to a trial of skill.
Once chosen, he must request blessing: the blessing of an abbot is celebrated by the bishop in whose diocese the monastery is or, with his permission, another abbot or bishop.
Once set, the anchor tends to break out and reset when the direction of force changes dramatically, such as with the changing tide, and on some occasions it might not reset but instead drag.
Once inside the fortification, Alfred realised, the Danes enjoyed the advantage, better situated to outlast their opponents or crush them with a counter attack as the provisions and stamina of the besieging forces waned.
Once the game ends, the minority and majority bonuses are paid to the minority and majority holders in each of the remaining chains ; each player sells his or her shares of stock in each of the remaining chains ; and the player with the most money wins.
Once inside, they pressurized the LM cabin, went through a half-hour briefing with scientists in mission control, and configured the cabin for the sleep period.
Once the operator took his finger off, the player would speed up until its tachometer was back in phase with the master, and as this happened, the phasing effect would appear to slide up the frequency spectrum.
Once cytochrome c is released it binds with Apoptotic protease activating factor-1 ( Apaf-1 ) and ATP, which then bind to pro-caspase-9 to create a protein complex known as an apoptosome.
Once the tip penetrates the animal the upper sub head broke off from the rest of the shaft, however, since it was still connected with the braided loop it rotated the head into a horizontal position inside the animal ’ s body so that it could not get away from the hunter.