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Talmud

the ancient law of the Jews, originally oral but later written down. It is now codified and is influential in dispute resolution among Jews. See DIN TORAH; BETH DIN.
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"The poor of your city come first" is a Talmudical dictum which Maimonides follows.
Yet the rationalist temper of the Enlightenment caught hold of a corresponding disposition in some of the students in the great Talmudical academies of the mitnaggedim and spread rapidly.
Where in the North East would you find a Talmudical College?
Mr Steinberg also helped raise thousands of pounds for the Gateshead Talmudical College and the Shaarei Torah Manchester Talmudical College.
Born in Philadelphia, he graduated from the Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia and completed his BA at Yeshiva University in New York in 1974.
An ingenious treatment of "Justice" and "Mercy" by a talmudical sage is most illuminating.
The 15,750 s/f building, located in the North Shore section of Staten Island, was purchased by the United Talmudical Academy of Brooklyn.
Pressell, Vance ranked Jews from the "lowest" unintelligent Arab-Asians, to the "Talmudical" North African-East Europeans, to the "most intelligent and civilized" Central and West Europeans, who "have become simply Unitarians or Deists." Vance's racialism was Eurocentric rather than philo-Semitic.