Children \Chil"dren\, n.; pl. of {Child}. [1913 Webster]

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  • CHILDREN — The central purpose of marriage in Jewish tradition is procreation. The commandment in Genesis 1:28 is fulfilled according to Bet Hillel with one child of each sex and according to Bet Shammai with two boys (Yev. 6:6; Yev. 61a–64a). The aim of a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Children — John George Children (1826) John George Children (* 18. Mai 1777 in Tunbridge, Kent; † 1. Januar 1852 in Halstead, Kent) war ein britischer Chemiker, Mineraloge und Zoologe. Die Botanikerin Anna Atkins war seine Tochter …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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