kiddish


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And at first sight this seems to betray kiddish tendencies.
Nush, 24, adds: "Big Brother Four was far too tame and very kiddish. I felt like I was in a health farm, cooking flavoured bread and baking cookies at midnight, exercising on a pedalo, sun-bathing, drinking Pimm's and eating picnics.
For the most part, consumers think of orange as kiddish and fun.
After the soaring sales success of its Toca Touring Car games, the whizzkid brothers (perhaps not so kiddish anymore having both turned 30) have come up with an amazing game for the cricket fanatic.
This general rule allows one not to recite kiddush on Friday night oneself, and makes it acceptable to listen to another recite it and answer "amen." (Thus, since men and women's obligation is the same for kiddish, a women can fulfill this obligation for a man.(12)) However, minyan/quorum is so important for shemoneh esrei that, according to most authorities, when it comes to that prayer one cannot fulfill one's obligation to pray by merely listening to another recite the prayer and answering "amen" -- unless a minyan/quorum is present.(13)
I have stopped listening to Radio Voice because it has become so kiddish, with DJs that stammer.
Services and kiddish lunch celebrating the beginning of the Torah reading cycle will be at 9:45 a.m.
Except for Winnie, none of us speaks Yiddish; We don't know a kasha from a kiddish. So, if your Yiddish grandma calls, Don't plotz, just grab your matzoh balls, And offer her a nice gefilte fiddish.