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Motzei Shabbat ― Saturday night, after Shabbat is over. Sefer Torah ― The handwritten scroll containing the Five Books of Moses. Shalom Aleichem ― First song at the Friday night meal, welcoming the visiting "angels." Also a greeting, meaning "Peace be with you," answered with "Aleichem Shalom ― And with you, peace." Shavuah Tov ― Literally, "Good week," said to one another at the end of Shabbat. Washing ― the ritual cleansing of hands before the blessing over bread. ") Usually performed with a two-handled washing cup, pouring water over each hand, followed by a blessing. Muktzah (Literally, "set aside") ― Objects whose handling is subject to restrictions on Shabbat. Seudah Shelishit ― The Third Meal of Shabbat, eaten late Saturday afternoon (also called Shalosh Seudos). Also sometimes expressed as "Gut Voch" ― Yiddish, meaning "Good Week." Shkoyach ― A mashed together version of Yasher Koach, literally, "May your strength be straightened." Loosely translated as "Way to go," or "More power to ya"! We are selling loads of Beetles still, particularly in US markets.But we will also have the Microbus that we showed, which we have recently decided we will build." The Buzz is what Europeans would call a multi-purpose vehicle, or MPV, though North Americans would likely consider it a minivan. It rides on an extended version of Volkswagen's dedicated MEB electric-car architecture, and the concept was shown with all-wheel drive provided by one motor each on the front and rear axles.The ID Buzz was the fourth new Microbus concept VW had produced in 16 years, dating back from the New Microbus in 2001 through the Bulli in 2011 to last year's Budd-e all-electric concept.READ THIS: Volkswagen ID: all-electric concept car at Paris Motor Show (Sep 2016) But Volkswagen design chief Klaus Bischoff said the shape and proportions of previous designs had been compromised by the need to accommodate a combustion engine.
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The flexibility of the electric-car setup—a thin battery pack under the floorpan powers motors at the rear or one each at front and rear—a much larger passenger cabin than in a car with a combustion engine and transmission.
"Now," Bischoff said, "we have the proportions right." Interestingly, the highest-volume member of VW's upcoming range of Volkswagen ID electric cars, a compact five-door hatchback roughly the size of the long-running Golf, used rear-wheel drive only.
"Shabbat Shalom" is Hebrew, using the Sephardi pronunciation, with the "t" sound at the end of "Shabbat."] Ha-motzi ― The blessing over bread. Performed with a braided candle, wine, and sweet scent.
Kiddush ― Blessing over the wine at the First Meal (Friday night), in shul Shabbat morning, and/or at home at the Second Meal (Saturday lunch).
Can be said as early as Thursday, meaning "Hope you have a Good Shabbos!