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Seder

Seder a Jewish ritual service and ceremonial dinner for the first night or first two nights of Passover. The name comes from Hebrew sēḏer ‘order, procedure’.

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Seder

Seder (Heb., ‘Order’). The order of a Jewish service, especially the home ceremony normally used at the festival of Passover.

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