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Shulchan Aruch

/ʃʊlˈxɑn ɑrˈʊx; ˈʃʊlxən ˈɑʊrəx/
the main codification of Jewish law derived from the Talmud, compiled by the 16th-century rabbi, Joseph Caro
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  • What is to become of the whole treatise on charity in the shulchan aruch?

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  • The shulchan aruch was the outcome of centuries of scholarship.

  • They still remained true to her, imputing the growing hostility to the shulchan aruch to Sabbata and his aiders and abettors.

  • It fully deserved this attention, for on its own lines the shulchan aruch was a masterly production.

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