Definition of Shehita
1. shechita [n -S] - See also: shechita
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shehita
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Literary usage of Shehita
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1908)
"Morris Van Thai, superintendent of the Board of shehita, London, England, aged 68. L. Sternheim, Rabbi, Vienna, Austria, aged 72. ..."
2. A History of the Jews in Modern Times by Max Raisin (1919)
"The one great grievance of its Jews, the prohibition of shehita, or the ritual slaughter of animals, was accomplished partly through Anti-semitic propaganda ..."
3. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1891)
"... commanded thee,"|| which according to R. Jehuda Hanassi means that Moses had orally commanded the rites of shehita,** is extremely weak, for the words, ..."
4. Divre Yeme Emanuel: The Chronicles of Emanu-el: Being an Account of the Rise by Jacob Voorsanger (1900)
"... published utterances in the shehita question, and a committee, in strong resolutions, suggested "that the Congregation felt confident that the course ..."
5. Moon-o-theism: Religion of a War and Moon God Prophet, Volume II of II by Yoel Natan (2006)
"This is the case, despite the fact that Muslims sometimes claim that "The Jewish method of slaying animals (shehita or ..."