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דף טז,א גמרא
a bed ??? --- these are the words of Rabbi Eliezer. But the sages say: ??? Abraham ??? Abraham What then does it mean when it says ??? Thus said Rabbi ??? he said Rabbi long and two ??? short and two ??? for what ??? upon them ??? Back to the main body of the text: he said R' Ami son of ??? vessels is invalid What then does it mean when it says ??? vessels Abayye said: ??? that do not at them." three on three that is not ??? No. ??? and not ??? This teaching is consistent with the position of Rabbi Ami son of ??? of ??? and of ??? despite the fact ??? yes. ??? of them ??? that is large ??? of it a small one yes. ??? of it R' Eliezer says: Even She ??? And there is no meaning to the word ??? Rav Huna said They did not teach such a ruling except that do not in that place ??? seven but: there are in that place ??? seven Behold! this a sukkah Another teaching is like this: ??? to do to him a sukkah Behold! this a sukkah ??? We have learnt in a Mishna: It is not a sukkah except Is this not Learn from this Watch out for leading vav And it is like Rav ??? Learn from this that it is possible ??? for him ??? We have learnt in a Mishna: ??? to do to him a sukkah It is not a sukkah and this was taught! Behold! This is a sukkah Rav Huna said There is no difficulty. here, ??? in that place ??? seven here, ??? in that place ??? seven
דף טז,א משנה
??? walls upwards to the bottom if that is high from the land three handbreadths is invalid downwards is more if that is high ten handbreadths is valid Rabbi Yosei says: in the same way ??? is more ten handbreadths thus in the same way upwards to the bottom ten handbreadths
דף טז,א גמרא
about what do they disagree? one master reasons that a partition that is hanging is permitted and one master reasons that a partition that is hanging is not permitted It was taught there: a pit that is between two courtyards They do not ??? from it on Shabbat But rather, if so, One who makes in it a partition ten handbreadths whether upwards whether downwards among in the midst ??? Rabban Shimon ben Gamliel he says
דף טז,ב גמרא
The academy of Shammai say: upwards but the academy of Hillel say: downwards R' Yehudah said she will not be a partition that is large from the wall ??? Rabbah bar bar Channah said Rabbi Yochanan said: R' Yehudah following the position of Rabbi Yosei he said for he said: a partition that is hanging is permitted and not She R' Yehudah did not derive it like R' Yosi and R' Yosi did not derive it like R' Yehudah R' Yehudah did not derive it like R' Yosi Up to this point, he does not come to say i.e., what he really means is not: R' Yehudah There, But rather, In the eruvs that combine courtyards we are dealing with a law established by the Rabbis But Here in this case, a sukkah is a law established by the Torah It does not. and did not Rabbi Yosei reasoned in her like R' Yehudah Up to this point, It does not. he comes to say i.e., what he really means is: R' Yosi Here in this case, But rather, in the command of sukkah which is a "Thou Shalt" commandment But Sabbath which is a prohibition the violation of which is punishable by stoning No. and if you say It once happened that it was made in Tzippori by the mouth of whom was it made? Not by the mouth of Rabbi Yosei But rather, by the mouth of Rabbi Yishmael the son of Rabbi Yosi And what does it mean when it says It once happened and so when he came Rav Dimi he said One time the forgot and they did not bring a Torah scroll from the eve of Sabbath to the next day ??? atop ??? and they brought a Torah scroll and they read in it ??? You might have thought ??? on Shabbat But rather, they found ??? atop ??? and they brought a Torah scroll and they read for it Rav Chisdah said he said ??? four and a smidge lit: a whatever is permitted in the command of sukkah due to a wall in what way does does he act? He hangs for him in the midst less than three from the bottom edge and less than three from the upper edge and all that are less than three are equivalent to "lavud" an implicitly closed gap This is obvious! What would you have said? in a case of one then "lavud" is the ruling that we say but in a case of two "lavud" we do not say Come and learn from this. They challenged him from this teaching: ??? seven and a smidge lit: a whatever is permitted in a sukkah on account of the wall For this teaching deals with the case in a sukkah that is large And what does it mean when it says Come and hear from this ??? walls upwards to the bottom like Rabbi Yosi he said Rabbi Ami ??? four and a smidge lit: a whatever is permitted in a sukkah because the wall ??? for him in less than three handbreadths immediately adjacent lit: leaning to the wall-partition and all that are less than three immediately adjacent lit: leaning to the wall-partition -- like "lavud" it is equivalent And what can we come and learn from this? Thus can we come and learn from this. the measure ??? a sukkah a small one seven
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