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דף ג,א גמרא
and on the elder two ??? and two ??? and one downwards one ??? He ascended both a Tanna taught: oaths there are two that are actually four Why is it different here, for it teaches: them ??? and what is the difference here, regarding ??? Sabbath and symptoms lit: appearances of leprous plague that is not The tanna teaches: them ??? They said: oaths ??? ??? an elevation-offering and descends It was taught by them regarding ??? both a Tanna taught: all of them he opens ??? ??? interrupt Sarai them and then, separately, i.e., in addition to Moses pitching the tent, we had It was taught by oaths ??? oaths there are two that are actually four two ??? or in the case that one is not he eats that are four ??? or in the case that one is not ??? there are two that are actually four two ??? and that which was sanctified for Temple use ??? make kiddush. that are four and that which was sanctified for Temple use ??? Sabbath there are two that are actually four two ??? for he answered ??? the house that are four ??? for he answered ??? the house symptoms lit: appearances of leprous plague two that are four two ??? that are four ??? In accordance with whom is the position of our mishna? No. Rabbi Yishmael and not R' ??? If it was Rabbi Yishmael Watch out for leading vav !! For didn't he is not liable say except on the future to come If it was R' ??? Watch out for leading vav !! For didn't on say ??? he he is liable and he is not liable on ??? make kiddush. If you wish, I would say Rabbi Yishmael If you wish, I would say R' ??? If you wish, I would say Rabbi Yishmael from them ??? and from them ??? And if you wish, I would say Rabbi Akiva from them ??? and from them ???
דף ג,ב גמרא
this one is equivalent ??? leprous plague The tanna teaches: Just as there i.e., in another mishna all of them ??? So, too, here in this case, also, all of them ??? In reality lit: In the world R' Yishmael And so No. he is obligated Rabbi Yishmael on that which was in the past sacrifice but: ??? he is obligated ??? for he said: Raba in a clarifying explanation ??? Torah ??? that is false is equivalent ??? without worth Just as without worth on that which was in the past Even that is false also on that which was in the past This is satisfactory ??? and not ??? that did not have he eats he ate also Is this not in which there is in it It once happened he except he eats and not he ate why is it that Is this not in which is not It once happened he his reasoning is Rabbi Yishmael Is this not in which is not It once happened ??? upon it If so, it is a problem of R' Yochanan ??? Yochanan for he said: Rabbi Yochanan The halacha is ??? was it said; ??? a loaf -- this refers to the day and he crossed the day and not ??? R' Yochanan ??? who both say he does not ??? R' Yochanan said: he does not ??? It is because of this: ??? Is this not in which is not It once happened and all Is this not in which is not It once happened yes. ??? upon it ??? he said he does not ??? doubt whether She ??? doubt whether No. her name ??? Rabbi Yochanan ??? other than this ??? Which ??? Shall I say This ??? For it was taught in a baraita but: ??? he does not ??? ??? This is satisfactory ??? As it is written (Ex. 12) ??? No. ??? in it ??? and not ??? but: ??? What is the reason? Is this not It is because of this: that there is Is this not in which is not It once happened and all Is this not in which is not It once happened yes. ??? upon it And from where do you derive For R' Ya'akov She for he said: Is this not in which is not It once happened yes. ??? upon it Perhaps it is R' Yehudah but on account of ??? the scripture to give One who acts after No. shall you do this one Is this not thus ??? as it is taught: (Ex. 12) No. ??? from him until mornings ??? from him until mornings in fire ??? came the scripture to give One who acts after No. shall you do to say that do not ??? upon it these are the words of R' Yehudah Rabbi Ya'akov says No. from the Name is this except It is because of this: ??? Is this not in which is not It once happened Is this not in which is not It once happened yes. ??? upon it except This ??? that did not have he eats a loaf -- this refers to ??? that did not have ???
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