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German Hebrew writer. He wrote a Hebrew-German dictionary and thesaurus, studies of the liturgy, a collection of proverbs, an encyclopedia of arts and sciences, and commentaries on Maimonides' Guide for the Perplexed and Judah ha-Levi's Kuzari. (1733-1805)

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An early leader of the Haskalah movement. (1749-1826)

The author or, more precisely, the composer of Shloshe Shearim ("Three Portals") the most widely circulated of the tkhines, Yiddish-language prayer booklets intended mainly for Jewish women.[ published in the eighteenth century]

A modernist Hebrew poet, novelist, and diarist. (May 15, 1891-1944)

A scholar, author, and educator and advocate of Yiddish Study. (1901 – 15 November 1995

An American painter and sculptor (1899-1988)

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