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758. Transporting Makeup and Other Materials
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Shabbos 18:10 If someone transports eye makeup, either for medicinal use or for cosmetic purposes, the volume that renders one liable is enough to paint one eye. In a place where a woman wouldn’t paint just one eye for a cosmetic purposes, one who transports eye makeup for cosmetic reasons would not be liable for […]
757. Transporting Dyes and Ink
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Shabbos 18:8 One who transfers nut shells, pomegranate rinds, and other things used as dyes is liable for a volume sufficient to dye a small garment. This refers to a hairnet worn by young girls. One who transports forty day-old urine, Alexandrian saltpeter, soap, and other cleaning agents is liable for a volume sufficient to […]
756. Transporting Seeds
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Shabbos 18:6 One who transports seeds that are not suitable for human consumption is liable for a volume nearly the size of a dried fig. One would be liable for transporting two cucumber seeds or gourd seeds, or five Egyptian bean seeds. Coarse bran renders one liable in a volume suitable to put on the […]
Siddur Guide – Part 1: Preliminary Morning Service
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How To Pray in Synagogue The synagogue (shul) prayer service may confuse the unfamiliar. Here is a brief guide to following the congregational prayers. Note: This Guide may be printed and given to people who are unfamiliar with the prayer services (or to people who are not yet completely comfortable in following the prayer services). […]
755. Transporting Fuel and More
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Shabbos 18:4 The minimum volume wood to render one liable for transporting is the enough to cook a portion of a hen’s egg the size of a dried fig when the egg has beaten, mixed with oil, and placed in a pot. One is liable for transporting a reed large enough to make a pen […]