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In this way the rabbinate succeeded in deceiving the Sabbatians.

The rabbinate had placed itself in the pillory, and undermined its own authority.

So Mouravanke sent a messenger to the young Charif, offering him the Rabbinate.

The Jews have several synagogues, with a rabbinate in Brunswick.

Far from opposing the delusion of the multitude, he encouraged it, as did the rabbinate of Venice.

Hence the rabbis were obliged to interfere vigorously, especially the rabbinate of the Turkish capital.

As though the council and the rabbinate had been infected by Chayon's baseness, they committed one meanness after another.

Libermann's falsehoods now became apparent, as the Leghorn rabbinate had not given its assent to the use of the organ.

At about this time, during Asheri's rabbinate in Toledo, prominent Jews once more obtained influence at court.

After the death of his father, the community of Toledo elected him as Asheri's successor in the rabbinate of the Spanish capital.

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