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  • 181 Sami Levi — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Sami Levi es un cantante y músico sefardí de Turquía, mejor conocido por su participación en el grupo musical Sefarad. Sami nació el 13 de Abril de 1981 en Estambul[1] y terminó su secundaria en el año 1998, en la… …

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  • 182 Judaism — /jooh dee iz euhm, day , deuh /, n. 1. the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the… …

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  • 183 Romance languages — romance1 (def. 8). [1770 80] * * * Group of related languages derived from Latin, with nearly 920 million native speakers. The major Romance languages French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and Romanian are national languages. French is probably… …

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  • 184 Musta'arabi Jews — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …

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  • 185 Names of European cities in different languages: C–D — v · d · …

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  • 186 UCI America Tour 2008-2009 — 2007 2008 << UCI America Tour 2008 2009 >> 2009 2010 Clasificaciones (37 carreras) Individual …

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  • 187 Dialectologie de la langue espagnole — Principales variétés de l espagnol parlées dans le monde …

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  • 188 BULGARIA — BULGARIA, East Balkan republic located along the Black Sea. Ancient Period A Jewish settlement is known to have existed in Macedonia in the time of Caligula (37–41 C.E.; Philo, Embassy to Gaius, par. 281). A late second century Latin inscription… …

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  • 189 DOENMEH — (Dönme), sect of adherents of Shabbetai Ẓevi who embraced Islam as a consequence of the failure of the Shabbatean messianic upheaval in the ottoman empire . After Shabbetai Ẓevi converted to Islam in September 1666, large numbers of his disciples …

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  • 190 IZMIR — (Smyrna), provincial capital and principal harbor of W. Anatolia, turkey , on the coast of the Aegean Sea. There were Jews settled in Izmir at the beginning of the Christian era as attested by the New Testament (Rev. 1:11; 2:8). It is thought… …

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  • 191 SEPHIHA, HAIM VIDAL — (1923– ), Judeo Spanish linguist and activist. Sephiha was born in Brussels to a Sephardi family from Istanbul. During the German occupation of Belgium, he was arrested in 1943 and deported to Auschwitz in September. He survived the death camp,… …

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  • 192 Sephardic Judaism — is the practice of Judaism as observed by the Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews, so far as it is peculiar to themselves and not shared with other Jewish groups such as the Ashkenazim. Sephardic Judaism does not constitute a separate denomination within… …

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  • 193 Music of Israel — …

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  • 194 History of the Jews in Spain — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …

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  • 195 Yasmin Levy — Yasmin Levy, born on December 231975 in Jerusalem, is an Israeli singer of Sephardic music. Her late father, Yitzhak Levy, was a pioneer researcher into the long and rich history of the Ladino music and culture of Spanish Jewry and its diaspora.… …

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  • 196 Solitreo — is the cursive form of the Ladino language, which is usually written with the Rashi form of the Hebrew alphabet.External links* [http://www.omniglot.com/writing/ladino.htm A guide to the Ladino language] * [http://www.ladinotype.com LadinoType A… …

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  • 197 Nico Castel — (born August 1, 1931) is a comprimario tenor and well known language and diction coach, as well as a prolific translator of libretti and writer of books on singing diction. Contents 1 Biography 2 Publications 3 References …

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  • 198 Secular Jewish music — …

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  • 199 History of the Jews of Thessaloniki — Main article: History of the Jews in Greece Jewish family of Salonika in 1917 …

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  • 200 Jüdische Sprachen — Als Jüdische Sprachen werden historische und moderne Sprachen bezeichnet, die von Sprechern, die sich ethnisch und/oder religiös als Juden verstehen, mit muttersprachlicher Kompetenz beherrscht werden und dabei mehr oder weniger stark von nicht… …

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