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Use "panim" in a sentence
"It is not ‘panaim’ but ‘panim’ and any verbal or adjectival relation to ‘panim’ is in the plural."
"January 5, 2009 at 6: 18 am panim, not panaim, you are quite correct."
"Granted, many “pluralistic” events often mean “we invite everyone except traditional Orthodox people”, but to exclude the fastest growing sector of the Jewish population from a conference talking about the future of the Jewish people is a horrible oversight at best, a patch in panim slap in the face at worst."