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SAALSCHÜTZ, LOUIS German mathematician; born at Königsberg, Prussia, Dec. 1, 1835; son of Joseph Levin Saalschütz. From 1854 to 1860 he studied mathematics and physics at the university of his native city, graduating as Ph.D. in 1861; his
SABA A word derived from the root , "to be white, old"; used in the Talmud with various meanings:(a) It designates an old man or old woman in general, as in the saying "an old man ["saba"] in the house means ruin, but an old woman
SABA See Sheba.
SABA, ABRAHAM See Abraham Saba.
SABBATH The seventh day of the week; the day of rest.—Biblical Data: On the completion of His creative work God blessed and hallowed the seventh day as the Sabbath (Gen. ii. 1-3). The Decalogue in Exodus (xx. 8) reverts to this fact as