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Mishna

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Instruction. A word applied by the Jews to the oral law. It is divided into six parts: (1) agriculture; (2) Sabbaths, fasts, and festivals; (3) marriage and divorce; (4) civil and penal laws; (5) sacrifices; (6) holy persons and things. The commentary of the Mishna is called the Gemaʹra. (Hebrew, shanah, to repeat.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Mirror of Human Salvation
Mirror of King Ryence (The)
Mirror of Knighthood (The)
Mirrors
Mirza
Miscreant
Mise-money
Misers
Miserere
“Misfortune will never Leave Me till I Leave It,”
Mishna
Misnomers
Misprision
Miss, Mistress, Mrs
Miss is as Good as a Mile (A)
Missing Link (The)
Mississippi Bubble
Mistletoe
Mistletoe Bough
Mistress Roper
Mistress of the Night (The)

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