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Sidra

[sid-rah] /ˈsɪd rɑ/
noun
1.
Gulf of, an inlet of the Mediterranean, on the N coast of Libya.
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Sidra

/ˈsɪdrə/
noun
1.
Gulf of Sidra, a wide inlet of the Mediterranean on the N coast of Libya
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sedra

in Judaism, weekly readings from the Scriptures as part of the sabbath service. Each week a portion, or sidra, of the Pentateuch is read aloud in the synagogue; and it takes a full year to complete the reading.

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