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In the Hebrew Bible, semicha refers to the priest's placing of his hands before the offering of a korban in the Temple in Jerusalem. This involved pressing firmly on the head of the sacrificial animal, thereby symbolically "transmitting" sins onto the animal or, in other interpretations, to transform the sacrifice into an offering acceptable to HaShem.
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