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דף קטז,א גמרא
Even here, ??? Another thing: Just as ??? of Responded he ??? and the wife lit. his wife baking Even here, also he ??? and the wife lit. his wife ??? despite the fact that do not ??? and if No. a commandment It is because of this: What then does it mean when it says ??? to it Rav Ami said It is because of this: ??? Rav Assi said: ??? Chama ??? Kerati ??? Meanwhile, Let him say thus ??? to you ??? Rabbi Eliezer ??? says a commandment ??? What then does it mean when it says a commandment Rabbi Levi says male, ??? and R' Yochanan says male, ??? Abayye said: Therefore, It is necessary for him ??? and it is necessary ??? male, ??? and it is necessary ??? male, ??? This teaching is consistent with the position of Rabbi Yochanan ??? male, to straw ??? male, ??? Rabbi Eliezer said ??? thus in the same way they would say ??? to you ???
דף קטז,א משנה
they mix to him a cup two here, ??? he asks his father and if yes. the understanding of ??? his father ??? Just as ??? the night. ??? from all the nights. ??? the nights. do we they eat chametz ??? the night. ??? all of it ??? the nights. do we they eat the remainder of vegetables the night. ??? the nights. do we they eat meat prayed ??? and cooked the night. ??? all of it prayed ??? the nights. ??? do we ??? One time the night. ??? two occasions and in accordance with ??? of son of his father ??? and would conclude ??? (Deut. 26) ??? until ??? all the parasha (scriptural section) All of it
דף קטז,א גמרא
The Rabbis taught wise his son ??? and if he does not wise his wife ??? And if not, he he asks for himself and even two scholars ??? the Paschal offering we ask this ??? Just as ??? the night. ??? from all the nights. ??? the nights. do we ??? One time the night. ??? two ??? He disagreed with this Raba because all day No. ??? that is not ??? one ??? except Rabba said: Watch out for leading vav And this is what the tanna means to teach: ??? the nights. yes. do we they are obligated ??? even One time the night. ??? two occasions He disagreed with this Rav ??? except Rav said ??? Watch out for leading vav And this is what the tanna means to teach: yes. do we ??? even One time the night. ??? two ??? and would conclude ??? What then does it mean when it says ??? Rav said: from the beginning ??? in other texts idolatry they were ??? he said slaves we were He said to him: Rav ??? for him Master ??? and he will give for him ??? What then does it mean when it says he is required to say for him He said to him: he is required to give thanks ??? He said to him ??? Just as ??? he opens and he said slaves we were
דף קטז,א משנה
Rabban Gamliel would say anyone who did not say
דף קטז,ב משנה
three things these on Passover he has not fulfilled his obligation. Lit., he has not caused his obligation to go out from his hands. and they are Passover ??? Passover on Assessment of ??? the place on houses ??? on the Egyptians ??? (Ex. 12) ??? zevach-offering Passover he to Hashem who Passover ??? on Assessment of ??? from Egypt. ??? (Ex. 12) ??? ??? who ??? from Egypt. ??? on Assessment of ??? life ??? on the Egyptians as it is said ??? ??? in all ??? a person is required to see himself it is as if he he has fulfilled his obligation from Egypt. as it is said (Ex. 13) ??? by day This certain individual saying: ??? this One who acts Hashem for me ??? from Egypt. For this reason we are obligated to give thanks ??? to bless ??? to whoever the one who did for our ancestors to us all ??? to freedom ??? good ??? The greatness ??? and it is said before him ??? until ??? he says The academy of Shammai say until if ??? happiness and The academy of Hillel says: until ??? water ??? Rabbi Tarfon says who ??? ??? from Egypt. and not he was ??? Rabbi Akiva says: thus Hashem our God and the God of ??? and for pilgrimage festivals others that come ??? to peace, ??? and is eaten in that place ??? and from ??? and from ??? etc. until ??? Israel
דף קטז,ב גמרא
Rabba said: It is necessary for him ??? From here Rabba said: ??? It is necessary for him ??? It is necessary for him ??? meat it is not necessary ??? and not only this, but ??? holy offerings outside Rav Acha said son of Ya'akov ??? is exempt ??? It is written here ??? this And it is written there (Deut. 21) ??? this Just as there creates an exclusion ??? Even here, creates an exclusion ??? Really? For didn't ??? say According to the sages, of the academy of Rav Yosef The one who said ??? among Rav Yosef And they said Rav Yosef ??? among Rav Sheishet And they said Rav Sheishet They reason rabbis ??? in these times (nowadays) is a law established by the Rabbis from this general principle it would follow of Rav Acha. son of Ya'akov reasoned ??? in these times (nowadays) a law established by the Torah Hey, isn't it the case that Rav Acha son of Ya'akov he for he said: ??? in these times (nowadays) is a law established by the Rabbis his reasoning is all ??? rabbis similar to a law established by the Torah ??? for Rav, ??? and According to Rav Yosef also this one certainly all ??? rabbis similar to a law established by the Torah ??? thus now This is satisfactory there i.e., in another mishna ??? for him ??? he and then it is written ??? this Learn from this creates an exclusion ??? he who has arrived But here, in this case, If it was Is this not ??? this What then does it mean when it says to write except ??? he ??? For this reason we they are obligated
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