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On Tue, 12 Jul 1994, David Dubin wrote:
> Additionally, each Torah is written on lambskin, specially prepared for this
> purpose. Only those who have been "certified" as scribes may write the Torah
> and, during the process of writing, they may not touch the page with their
> hands, or the work must be destroyed.
ah! now that's a technical writer who gets respect!