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Extra details that opportunity to introduce chil- ,o, ldsepiapho o,s.Picturesofthe All Repairs, Imorovements& C) lciJ-obs, Lar e or Small JeWish illustrators and editors, young Seder-goers might not drentothe OrthodoxJewswho old country look like Roman * t' rneofthemareproblematic know abound, such as the fact actually bake these special Vishniac photos come to life. TTD IDDIf' ATIt NI AArAI ,rAt' A/I 'NIT rlJeWish readers. Three ex- that matzah is made in less matzahs. Jewish features on Besides a glossary, the book has 11, .il. llent books stand out from than 18 minutes. Sper writes the faces, yarmulkes and full two Afterwords. One is about the Pack, as though she and the reader beards for the men and tradi- the Yiddish language The sec- Repairs Timers Pumps Rain Sensors tt Yarda Livney's What lLike are recalling an exodus in tional no-hair-showing head ond is about Aa ron Broken Pipes. System Revamps. 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