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I am not a rabbi or an expert. These are my translations, and in some cases I am certainly misunderstanding things.
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דף מג,א גמרא
??? and not ??? that two the daughters of ??? those particular with lime the daughters of ??? those particular ??? the daughters of kings with oil ??? as it is said (Esther 2) Six months with oil ??? What then does it mean when it says oil ??? Rav Huna son of ??? says ??? Rav Yirmiyah bar Abba he said oil olive tree that did not have ??? It was taught: R' Yehuda says: ??? oil olive tree that did not have ??? and for what reason ??? that specific because of ??? ??? ??? This is the general rule: Any thing that was ??? It was taught: R' Yehoshua said: And so based on this lit: from after, that we have learned Any thing that was ??? grain Behold! this transgresses on Passover For what reason ??? the sages those so that that it should be he is regularly accustomed of them ??? This is like ??? a son of the West ??? it was. ??? He said to them ??? for me ??? "Hear!" ??? for him ??? immediately ??? Behold! these ??? Which Tanna taught: ??? grain complete. by way of lit., through the hands of ??? Rav Yehudah said Rav said ??? She as it is taught: ??? this one Back to the main body of the text: it is a problem is what you say? Do you really mean that? ??? Perhaps, is forbidden to benefit from it and then, separately, i.e., in addition to Moses pitching the tent, we had It was taught by ??? before ??? Perhaps, is permitted. to benefit from it thus he comes to say i.e., what he really means is: ??? of Rabbi Meir to R' ??? with R' Yehudah according to R' Yehudah ??? before ??? For R' ??? according to R' Yehudah ??? to R' ??? for him to Rabbi Meir ??? and all the more so chametz grain complete. by way of lit., through the hands of ??? Rav ??? he said ??? She as it is taught: on chametz grain complete. ??? he is spiritually cut off on ??? --- these are the words of Rabbi Eliezer. But the sages say: on chametz grain complete. ??? he is spiritually cut off on ??? without anything ??? for him to R' Eliezer for he said: chametz grain complete. by way of lit., through the hands of ??? and all the more so ??? Rav ??? What is the reason מאי טעמא did not say ??? Yehudah He could say to you perhaps, Up to this point, he does not come to say i.e., what he really means is not: ??? there i.e., in another mishna except ??? but: chametz grain complete. by way of lit., through the hands of ??? No. and Rav Yehudah What is the reason מאי טעמא did not say ??? He could say to you Up to this point, he does not come to say i.e., what he really means is not: ??? there i.e., in another mishna except chametz grain complete. by way of lit., through the hands of ??? but: ??? did not say This teaching is consistent with the position of Rav Yehudah (Ex. 12) all ??? No. ??? and the reward for ??? and vinegar ??? It is possible ??? he is spiritually cut off Scripture states: (Ex. 12) For All food chametz ??? on chametz grain complete. ??? he is spiritually cut off and on ??? one ??? for him for he said: on ??? She And even ??? he does not come to say i.e., what he really means is not: Learn from this ??? he does not have ??? for him As it is written all ??? No. ??? If so, he is spiritually cut off also ??? for it is the case that it is written For all he ate ??? This certain individual should bring himself to account for that which was taught ??? yes. for me except ??? upon it. ??? Another explanation: ??? Scripture states: all ??? If so, ??? also ??? he who has arrived except The reason is ??? from all there i.e., in another mishna also it is written all This certain individual should bring himself ??? the women women ??? Yehudah Rav said ??? for he said: Rav Yehudah Rav said and thus was taught of the academy of R' Yishmael Scripture states: (Num. 5) a man or a woman For ??? from all A sin-offering a person ??? the scripture a man ??? for all ??? It is necessary to teach this
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You might have thought that I would say that Because and then it is written (in Deut. 16) It may not be eaten upon it chametz seven days It may be eaten upon it the commandments all ??? It may be eaten chametz and Behold! ??? Because ??? for him the commandments One who acts ??? the tooth ??? I would say ??? It may be eaten chametz also ??? Come and learn from this. and now ??? them ??? It may be eaten chametz ??? also ??? like Rabbi ??? some texts: Elazar for he said: ??? women ??? So says the Torah. as it is said It may not be eaten upon it chametz etc. all ??? It may be eaten chametz ??? and Behold! ??? also Because ??? It may be eaten chametz ??? And what does it mean when it says ??? That this all ??? women ??? I would say ??? he arises ??? they eat he arises ??? they are eaten He disagreed with this Rav he gave Avuah For Rav Huna ??? of Rav ??? and all in a case and it was standing ??? No. ??? they are eaten and this was taught! (Lev. 7) For all he ate milk from ??? who ??? yes. for me except milk ??? milk ??? from where do we learn Scripture states: from ??? milk Those who are ill ??? Scripture states: For all Hey, isn't it the case that Here in this case, and it was standing ??? they are eaten there i.e., in another mishna ??? they eat ??? they are eaten Here in this case, That there are they eat No. ??? them ??? they are eaten And the rabbbis ??? them ??? all No. ??? except women ??? them all No. ??? For all ??? I would say all ??? the women For all ??? ??? And if you say For all ??? No. he expounds. For it was taught: (Lev. 2) sourdough ??? yes. for me except all of it partially ??? Scripture states: all ??? Scripture states: For all one ??? for him who derives an explanation from all Rabbi Eliezer ??? he expounds. For all it is a problem R' Abahu said Rabbi Yochanan said: all ??? yes. permission ??? except ??? a Nazir for behold! he said Torah (Num. 6) ??? he said Even sourdough ??? like who ??? who derives an explanation from all If so,
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