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Almemar

Almemar. Platform in synagogue where the reading stand is placed. In Ashkenazi circles, it is usually described as the bimah, and among the Sephardim as the tebah.

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Tebah

Tebah (tē´bə), in the Bible, son of Nahor, eponym of Tibhath.

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Tebah

Tebah (reading platform in Jewish synagogue): see ALMEMAR.

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