Blatt a page of Talmud

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Blatt  a page of Talmud. Breslau  a city in Germany. British Foreign Minister Bevin  Ernest Bevin (1881-1951), who served as England's foreign  secretary from 1945 to 1951. Brownstones  residential buildings made of reddish-brown sandstone, common in urban areas. Caen and Carentan  cities in northwestern France. caftan  ( calf  tan) a long coat worn by the Hasidim. Cassell's  a brand of comprehensive language dictionaries, available in French, Spanish, German,  and other languages. Danny uses the German one to assist him in reading Freud. Catechism  a written record of religious beliefs, usually in a question-and-answer format. cerebral hemorrhage  severe bleeding of the brain.
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Unformatted text preview: Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952) a Zionist leader and first president of the state of Israel. Clop a colloquialism for a physical blow. Cockeyed askew; slightly crazy. conjunction in logic, a statement that is true if and only if each of its parts is true. Darwin Charles Darwin (1809-82), an English naturalist who theorized that humankind evolved from "lower" species. deductive a system of reasoning that works on the premise of "if A, then B" to find the relationships between premises. Din overwhelming noise. disjunction in logic, two statements joined with the word or . draw nigh approach; come near....
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