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39 Malachot

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N. Lindenbaum

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Nina Lindenbaum 39 Malachot Plowing - Choresh planting - Zoreah Threshing- Reaping- gathering- Selecting- Grinding an Object - Any improvement of arable land or soil. Initation or promotion of plant growth. Separating an item from its non edible covering Selecting from or sorting an assorted mixture Collecting or combinating products of the earth at the place where they grew. Breaking down and reducing an object into smaller parts whereby it becomes suitable for a new use. In this picture we see the Cohanim preparing the lechem hapanim which they needed in order to plow In this picture we see farmers plowing wheat. קוצרקקקקקקקקקקקקקגkotzer קקקקק Uprooting something from its source growth. kotzer in this picture we see someone cutting or plucking flowers which they did in the time torah. in this picture we see someone climbing or hanging from a tree. we do things like this nowadays maamar in this picture we see someone putting seeds in the ground this picture is of someone watering flowers. in this picture we see leaves being raked which they did in the time of the torah. in this picture twigs are being gathered. This is what we do now, in this century. Dosh This is a picture of someone wringing out liquid from a cloth which they did in the time of the Beit Hamikdash. This cartoon is of someone milking a cow, this is what we do now. Borrer This picture is an example of when you may perform Borrer. If you take only good grapes from a clutter of good and rotton grapes. This picture is an example of forbidden Borrer: Using a peeler. Tochen This is a picture of wood being chopped which was done in the time of the Beit Hamikdash. In this picture, coffee beans are being grinded and we do this nowadays. Cooking- Bishul Changing s substance through the use of heat This is a picture of an example of Bishul: Baking Bread. Another example of Bishul is heating something up and this is a picture of food being heated up. Galaxy Theme Winnowing - Zoreh Winnowing is a fundamental step in harvesting wheat because it separates the grain from the waste. One may not blow away nutshells from a mixture of nuts and shells. This is a picture of a girl separating grain Whitening - Melabain More commonly, melabein is the act of cleaning on Shabbat, which is prohibited. This is a halacha that explains what is forbidden in the category of Soaking - One may not pour anything (that includes, water, seltzer, etc.) or spray anything on a stain to loosen it or erase it from one's clothes completely. This is a halacha that explains what is forbidden in the category of Scrubbing - scratching out a dried stain from one's clothes with one's fingernail.
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