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Hanukkah means "dedication" in Hebrew and refers to the time in 165 B.C. when a small army of Jews won a battle with a much larger Greek force and liberated the temple in Jerusalem.
It had been occupied by Greek worshipers of Zeus and needed many repairs.
When they attempted to re-light the eternal flame, they had only enough oil for one day.
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