The Shebang berachot, as recited at the senguda (meal) during the seven days after a hupa.
Recordings: NN & JBS
 After the first senguda, only recited if there are “panim hadashot”: someone who didn’t attend the hupa (source: De Sola Pool page 423). If there is no minjan or no “panim hadashot”, only the last beracha is recited. Shabbat & jom tob are recognized as "panim hadashot". According to Tefillot 1928 edition page 228, only the first two meals of Shabbat don't need “panim hadashot”, nor needs Purim.
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must be: we use a single cup
 Volgens “grote” Simon wordt de na-beracha wel gezegd.
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