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דף כא,א גמרא
yes. ??? the third ??? he said R' Yosi the son of Rabbi Chanina It is a disagreement ??? Those who are ill ??? but: "She has fallen ??? Those who are ill ??? the words of all are ??? and do not ??? in the hand of Another teaching is like this: ??? the upper one underneath it hundred Those who are ill ??? give thanks Rabbi Eliezer to Rabbi Joshua ??? It is possible ??? from it ??? And if not, ??? and do not ??? in the hand of This give thanks Rabbi Eliezer to Rabbi Joshua abbi Yehoshua acknowledges to R' Eliezer should bring himself Rabba said: ??? Rav Huna the son of of Rav Joshua he said In reality lit: In the world No. ??? Here in this case, with what are we dealing? in a vessel ??? tahor ??? tamei What would you have said? ??? perhaps, ??? from terumah Come and learn from this.
דף כא,א משנה
any hour when it is permitted to eat chametz one may feed chametz to a domesticated animal to a beast and to birds and one may sell to a gentile and it is permitted to benefit from it once its time is over is forbidden to benefit from it and one does not light with it an oven or a large stove R' Yehuda says: there is no destruction of chametz except burning But the sages say: Even one who crumbles and throws chametz to the wind or casts it to the sea
דף כא,א גמרא
all hour when it is permitted to eat one may feed this one all hour that is not is permitted. to eat he does not one may feed Let us say, ??? that is not like R' Yehudah For if it was R' Yehudah Watch out for leading vav And this is present here. ??? he eats and one may feed For it was taught in a baraita R' Meir says they eat all ??? Rabbi Yehudah says they eat all four ??? all ??? and Rather, what can we conclude? R' Meir She This all hour when it is permitted to eat one may feed all hour ??? one may feed should bring himself Rabbah said son of ??? Our mishna Rabban Gamliel She For it was taught in a baraita Rabban Gamliel says: Those who are ill they are eaten all four terumah all ??? and thus he comes to say all hour when it is permitted to eat a priest from terumah Israel one may feed Those who are ill to a domesticated animal to a beast and to birds why do I have ??? livestock why do I have ??? raw lit., living Watch out for leading vav And it was necessary to have both statements For if it was a Tanna taught: livestock For if it was ??? Look, to it but: raw lit., living For if it was ??? to it I would say No. and if a Tanna taught: raw lit., living It is because of this: For if it was ??? Regardless, ??? but: livestock Oftentimes ??? and not ??? and he arises upon it ??? He will see ??? he shall find I would say it is not necessary to teach this ??? Why do I need ??? livestock raw lit., living a Tanna taught: also ??? and sells it ??? This is obvious! To exclude ??? a Tanna taught: as it is taught: the academy of Shammai say No. ??? a person his chametz to a gentile unless it is know in it ??? before Passover And the academy of Hillel say all hour when it is permitted to eat is permitted. to sell
דף כא,ב גמרא
R' Yehudah en Beteira says ??? and all varieties of ??? is forbidden to sell thirty day before ??? and it is permitted ??? This is obvious! it is not necessary to teach this ??? before its time So come and learn from this. ??? for he said: Raba ??? before its time is permitted. to benefit from it even after ??? once its time is over is forbidden ??? This is obvious! it is not necessary to teach this ??? is a law established by the Rabbis For Rav Gidal said that Rav said Chiyya son of Joseph that R' Yochanan said ??? and onwards even ??? They do not concern ??? and one does not light in it an oven ??? This is obvious! it is not necessary to teach this according to R' Yehudah for he said: yes. destruction of chametz except burning You might have thought that I would say that Because and R' Yehudah said ??? that he came ??? for him ??? of him ??? he said ??? from where do we learn ??? on Passover that he is forbidden to benefit from it as it is said (Ex. 13) does not eat chametz No. ??? in it permission food The reason is ??? the Merciful One does not eat chametz this one it is not written: does not eat then I might incorrectly say: prohibits food ??? prohibits benefit No. ??? and disagrees For R' ??? for thus said Rabbi ??? in all places as it is said does not eat It may not be eaten No. ??? one prohibits food and one prohibits benefit ??? until ??? to you the scripture like the way ??? to you ??? as it is taught: (Deut. 14) No. ??? all ??? who ??? or ??? to a gentile etc. yes. for me except ??? and to a gentile ??? from where do we learn Scripture states: ??? who ??? or ??? to a gentile ??? from where do we learn Therefore, scripture states: ??? or ??? to a gentile ??? says one ??? and one a stranger i.e., a non-Jew between ??? between ??? These are the words of R' Meir R' Yehuda says: items ??? and to a gentile ??? What is the reason? of Rabbi Yehudah If it was You might have thought Like that which was said by R' Meir ??? the Merciful One ??? who ??? or why do I have Learn from this ??? and R' Meir or to precede ??? And Rabbi Yehudah this one It is not necessary he read immediately ??? you ??? a stranger i.e., a non-Jew If it was you ??? It is not necessary he read reason out the logic. he This is satisfactory to R' ??? for he said: one ??? and one a stranger i.e., a non-Jew between ??? between ??? he read ??? roadkill to benefit from it this one all ??? are forbidden between in cases regarding eating between to benefit from it except to Rabbi Yehudah for he said: ??? he who has arrived this one all ??? for him ??? to benefit from it ??? for him (Ex. 22) ??? that specific
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