He will say it with the public and again he will say it from the beginning of the matter that the Creator holds him, and if it turns out that he said the two holy times, in this way he will say it the second time in a whisper.
Sources: Regarding the one who holds the middle of the blessing of a creator, 20 of the Mishnav that he should say only holy and blessed, which is the essence of holiness and not to rule, and 40 that he should not say sanctified and other things that are recited on Shabbat, and all this should not be said even between the chapters [Mishnav Su 17], and indeed there are those who disagree Let him say that he will also reign, but this is how the Mishnav ruled.
And it seems to be appropriate to divide whether one holds in the middle of the holiness of a creator or in the middle of another part in the blessing of a creator, since the latter and the Sages rule 3. To B. Kadusot.
This way he will say with them the verses of sanctity Dakdush and Baruch where the Sha'at offends him when he says the Sha'at is holy, and again he will say from the beginning of the matter that he stopped in the middle of it, and if right when he said holy the Sha'at hit him, he will point to the sanctity of the Sha'at and again he will say in a whisper again since it is permissible to say in a whisper 2 P. Kashmash Hatos in the name of the Jerusalemite and Kashmash Hagarshaza for the matter reached his ability on the night of Shabbat with the public, and there 3 and his ability is only the rule of the Sabbath that applies in the Yot Kashmash the first and the Ho' in the Shu'a, Kshsh here for the matter C. Holiness.
And what you wrote in your letter asking to add the opinions that the holiness of a creator is not said in the singular, and for that there is a place to mean that the holiness of now should be the holiness of the past, it does not seem to do so, Dahamara Dathi Lidi Kola is, Daldidan according to what has been decided according to the custom that says in the singular Kmash Rama And in the 19th century, Ak loses the sanctity of the creator and so on, and even if he makes a condition it will not be useful, since even for a first-time friend who says sanctity, he will refer to the sanctity of Hazashatz and so on, and in the same way, Sus will have to say Once again for the side that the sanctity of a creator is said in the singular, and we will say in tune as a law the sanctity of a creator in the singular.
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