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Question 1: Then, the ________ reading from the Hebrew prophets is read.
Jewish servicesTorah readingKiddush LevanaHaftarah

Question 2: With the exception of ________, which is referred to in the Torah as the "Sabbath of the Sabbaths", days of public fasting are postponed or advanced if they coincide with Shabbat.
Yom KippurKapparotJewish servicesJewish holiday

Question 3: Sabbath - Day of Eternity by Rabbi ________ - online version.
KabbalahJewish servicesAryeh KaplanHasidic Judaism

Question 4: Thus, filtering undrinkable water to make it drinkable falls under this category, as does picking small bones from ________.
Forage fishFishFish anatomyPelagic fish

Question 5: This ________ is often also a day of rest, and is sometimes observed with a strictness as vigorous as that in Judaism.
PredestinationSabbath in ChristianityEasterLiturgical year

Question 6: Recitation of ________, or "sanctification," over a cup of wine at the beginning of Shabbat before the first meal and after the conclusion of morning prayers (see list of Jewish prayers and blessings)
KiddushJewish servicesTorah readingActivities prohibited on Shabbat

Question 7: Generally, adherents of Reform and ________ believe that the individual Jew determines whether to follow Shabbat prohibitions or not.
RabbiJewish philosophyReconstructionist JudaismConservative Judaism

Question 8: Shabbat is observed from sundown ________ until the appearance of three stars in the sky on Saturday night.
WednesdayThursdayFridayWeek-day names

Question 9: Mourners sitting ________ (week of mourning subsequent to the death of a spouse or first-degree relative) outwardly conduct themselves normally for the duration of the day and are forbidden to display public signs of mourning.
Jewish servicesMikvehJewish holidayShiva (Judaism)

Question 10: A commemoration of the Israelites' redemption from slavery in ________;
Alexander the GreatPtolemaic KingdomNew KingdomAncient Egypt


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