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- person leading the congregation in public prayers is called the shaliach tzibbur (hebrew for 'emissary of the congregation'), a ħazzān or cantor. jewish
- recited responsively, with the first verse read aloud by the shaliach tzibbur (שליח ציבור, lit. messenger of the congregation), the second verse recited
- ukraine), into a family of 12. his father, pessach, who was a shaliach tzibbur, sent him to study in a cheder, which he didn't like because of the strict
- position under rabbi chaim leib shmuelevitz. he was the long-time shaliach tzibbur (cantor) for rosh hashana (mussaf) and yom kippur (kol nidre, maariv and
- meaning 'the one sent by the community' (from the acronym for 'shaliach tzibbur'), used to describe the member of the community leading prayers. the term
- the father, interesting himself in the lad's welfare.' 'godfather'. retrieved 1 may 2012.  power of attorney shaliah tzibbur
- denies the fundamentals of faith; pes. xxiv. 168b); also 'poresh mi-darke tzibbur' (he who deviates from the customs of the community; tosef., sanh. xiii
- recite the berakhot in sign language. a deaf person may serve as a shaliah tzibbur in sign language in a minyan whose medium of communication is sign language