Sit in the shool and recite the prayers, of which, thank God, there are plenty.
The whole day I went from one shool to another, but they would not let me in.
And there, in the corner of the shool, stands a boy who never takes his eyes off the Rabbi's face.
On the other hand, the women's gallery in the shool is full.
She thought that her prayers might be heard, that God would consider her plight if she wept out her heart to Him in the shool.
He, the offender, the transgressor—and the shool does not fall upon his head?
In the court of the shool the men begin to recite the blessing on the moon.
Evidently they could not rest in their graves, and have also come into the shool.
You won't dare to show yourself on Sabbath either in shool or in the street or anywhere else!
And I fancy I see them flying in the shool, up and down, up and down.