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Nussach: Text or version, usually of prayer.
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By the Grace of G‑d 26th of Nissan, 5729 [April 14, 1969] Brooklyn, N.Y. Blessing and Greeting: Your letter reached me with some delay, and I will attempt to answer your questions in their order. With reference to the question of the pronunciation, Ashken...
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