*1*) [line 8] DIVREI HA'KOL, MEVARECH AL ZEH ... - (According to Rashi, this means that they may be recited in *any* order - see Insights)
2) [line 40] L'SHI'URIN NE'EMAR - the Pasuk was said to praise Eretz Yisrael in that its fruits are used for Torah measurements
3) [line 41] BAYIS HA'MENUGA
(a) "veha'Ba El ha'Bayis Kol Yemei Hisgir Oso, Yitma Ad ha'Erev" (Vayikra 14:46)From the first Pasuk we learn that any person (or thing) that comes into the house becomes Tamei. The clothes that he is wearing, however, do not become Tamei. From the second Pasuk we learn that if someone lingers in the house for the amount of time it takes to eat a Pras (half of a loaf of wheat bread) dipped in relish, while he is reclining, then even the clothes that he is wearing become Tamei.
The RASH (Keilim 1:4) lists four differences between the Tum'ah of the Ohel of a Mes and the Tum'ah of a house that has Tzara'as or that has a Metzora in it.
4) [line 42] TAB'OSAV B'YADAV - his rings are in the palms of his hands
5) ETZEM K'SE'ORAH
(a) The bones of a Mes are only Metamei through Ohel if they constitute a quarter of a Kav (ROVA HA'KAV) or if they consist of the majority of the body. This is true whether they are the majority of the *build* (ROV BINYANO) of the human body or the majority of the *number* (ROV MINYANO) of 248 bones*6*) [line 49] REVI'IS YAYIN - that is, the amount of grape leaves, stems, peels or pits that will displace a Revi'is of wine, not water. TOSFOS DH Gefen explains that wine is more viscous than water, and as a result, the Nazir can eat more of these grape products before he is liable to punishment. This is also the intent of RASHI DH Kedei.
7) [line 49] NAZIR
(a) If a person makes a vow to become a Nazir without stipulating a time period, his Nezirus lasts for a period of thirty days. During this period, the Nazir is not allowed to cut his hair, become Tamei by touching or being in the same room as a corpse, or consume any products of the grapevine.8) [line 49] HOTZA'AS SHABBOS
The last of the thirty-nine categories of forbidden Melachos (creative acts) of Shabbos is ha'Motzi me'Rshus l'Rshus. A person is not allowed to transfer objects from one Reshus (domain) to another on Shabbos. It is a capital offense to transfer objects from a Reshus ha'Rabim (public domain) to a Reshus ha'Yachid (private domain) or vice versa. (Mishnah Shabbos 73a). If the object transferred is food, one is only liable to punishment if the food is the size of a dried fig (k'Grogeres).
9) [last line] KELEI BA'ALEI BATIM
10) [line 5] K'CHOSEVES HA'GASAH B'YOM HA'KIPURIM
11) [line 13] MAN YAHIV LAN NAGAREI D'FARZELA - if only we had [legs as strong as] iron bolts
12) [line 14] V'NASHME'INACH - we would follow you and serve you
13) [line 21] PAS HA'BA'AH B'KISNIN - (O.F. obledes) wafers/cakes that are eaten along with roasted grains after a meal - see Insights