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Eruvin 105

*1*) [line 1] U'SHNEIHEM MIKRA ECHAD DARSHU - that is, this argument has nothing to do with whether or not one may bring a Sheretz into the Mikdash. Rather, it is derives from another point entirely. (RASHI)

2) [line 2] "VA'YAVO'U HA'KOHANIM ..." - "And the Kohanim went into the inner part of the house of HaSh-m, to cleanse it, and they brought out all the uncleanness that they found in the temple of HaSh-m into the courtyard of the house of HaSh-m. And the Leviyim took it, to carry it outside into the wadi of Kidron." (Divrei ha'Yamim II 29:16)

*3*) [line 13] MESAYEI'A KAHANEI - that is, he argues with the previous, Beraisa that suggested Yisraelim Tehorim are more qualified to work in the Mikdash than Kohanim Teme'im.

4) [line 16] RIKU'EI FACHIM - beaten plates of gold used to cover the inner walls of the Kodesh ha'Kodashim

5a) [line 23] SHE'EIN HA'MASHOCHOS MEMATZ'IN ES HA'MIDOS - the people who measure the Techum do not place the boundary markers at the exact end of the Techum. Rather, they mark the Techum at slightly less than the allotted amount.
b) [line 31] MIPNEI TO'EI HA'MIDAH - (a) because of people who err when walking to the end of the Techum (and do not notice the marker); (b) to compensate for the error made by the people who measure the Techum. They may not have used the entire length of the rope of fifty Amos when they did the measurement (since the ends of the rope are held in their hands).

6) [line 26] ONVAH - he attaches the harp-string by tying a bow


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