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Yehudah put on his tefillin one morning as he always did and upon finishing davening he noticed that he had accidentally put on his Rabbeinu Tam tefillin instead of his Rashi tefillin. Yehudah quickly took off the Rabbeinu Tam tefillin and as he was...

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