YUD


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YUD

ISO 4217 code for the hard dinar, a currency used in the former Yugoslavia. It was introduced in 1966 and suffered from high inflation throughout its history, especially toward the end of its circulation. The convertible dinar replaced the hard dinar in 1990.
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Indeed, the three bars on the prayer shawl of Jesus suggests the Trinity--if four bars, the letters shni and yud, "gift"--and is this not sanctioned by the Jew on the balcony (Father God) who sees and approves.
Melendez spies a small wooden ark on a table and wrenches a pair of carved tablets, lettered aleph through yud, or one through 10, and representing the Ten Commandments, from the top.
shin, dalet, yud, spelling Shaddai, Almighty, one of God's names in Hebrew).
Gordon is most celebrated for his long, satirical poem "The Tip of the Yud," a mock epic in which he decries the status of women in Jewish culture.
The difference is a function of the second letter of Antin's term, either a yud or an 'ayin.
Social protest verse stretches all the way from Ibn Gabirol's On Leaving Saragossa to Gordon's feminist tour de force Kotzo shel Yud (1878).
This numerical sequence (10 = the Hebrew letter yud, 5 = heh, etc.
AI" in Hebrew are actually the letters Alef and Yud, denoting "Eretz Yisrael," i.
3) Lamed Shin (one of Shapiro's pseudonyms that he employed in the journal; other pseudonyms were Yud Zayn and Yud Zolot), "Shraybtish," 396.
The letter lamed means "to" and the letters chet and yud combine to form the word chai or "life.