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774. In the Event of a Foot Injury
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Shabbos 19:14 A woman may go out with a stone or other weight that is intended to serve as a cure (specifically to prevent miscarriage). This leniency is not just for pregnant woman; all women may rely on it in case they may become pregnant. One may go out wearing an amulet that has been […]
773. Breath Fresheners, Toothpicks and More
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Shabbos 19:12 A woman may go out with pepper, salt or any other substance that one places in her mouth to sweeten her breath. However, she may not put these things in her mouth on Shabbos. Women may also go out with slivers of wood in their ears (to keep piercings from closing up), with […]
772. Some Permitted Accessories
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Shabbos 19:10 A woman may go out wearing strands of various substances around her neck. Since these are not tied tightly, they would not be considered an interposition when immersing in a mikvah (so she will not come to remove them). If they are colored, she may not go out wearing them out of concern […]
770. Other Prohibited Ornaments
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Shabbos 19:6 A woman should not go out on Shabbos with strands of wool or linen, or other straps, woven among her hair. These would have to be removed when she immerses in a mikvah so there is a concern that she might come to carry them in the public domain. She should likewise not […]
769. Forbidden and Permitted Jewelry
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Shabbos 19:4 Even though a ring without a seal is considered a piece of jewelry for a woman, she should not go out wearing it out of concern that she might take it off in the public domain in order to show it to her friends, as one often does. If she does go out […]
Bashert: Can You Miss Yours?
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