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  1. Chai (symbol) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Chai is a Hebrew word that figures prominently in modern Jewish culture ; the Hebrew letters of the word are often used as a visual symbol. According to the secular ...

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  1. Haim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Chayyim, also transcribed Haim, Hayim, Chayim, or Chaim, is a name of Hebrew origin which means "life". Its first usage can be traced to the Middle Ages. It is a ...

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  1. Salvation Information Tracts and Articles.

    God Loves You! __ T R U T H __ For God so loved the world... that He gave His only and unique Son, that everyone who trusts in Him may have eternal life.

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    Jewish Machine embroidery designs for all holidays, rituals, and events in a Jewish home and synagogue.

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  1. Symbols - Angles and Curves - Stitches by Sue

    Angle designs have all straight lines and sharp corners. The Curve designs have exactly that - curves and swirls.

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  1. Oldest Churches in the World — The World or Bust

    Here’s a list of 5 of the oldest churches in the world from Italy to Armenia!

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  1. Meaning of Hebrew Chai Symbol - Jewish Gift Place

    Chai, which means "Life" is one of the most recognizable symbols of Judaism. Comprised of the letters Chet and Yud, together they form the word "Chai" - a word ...

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  1. The Meaning of Chai (Symbol) - About Judaism

    Because it means “life,” the Chai is consequently a symbol that captures an important aspect of Judaism. According to the gematria, which is a mystical tradition ...

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    News and views from the Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish community in Brooklyn, Israel and around the world.

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