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|Chaim Zanvl Abramowitz||Grand Rabbi Chaim Zanvl Abramowitz (1902, Boto?ani - October 18, 1995), known as the Ribnitzer Rebbe, was considered a great Hasidic "tzadik" and miracle worker from Rybnitsa, in Transnistria, Moldova.|
|Dov Ber Abramowitz||Dov Ber Abramowitz (born 1860 in Vabalninkas, Lithuania - 1926 in Jerusalem, Israel) was an American, Orthodox Rabbi and author.|