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*1*) [line 7] MASKIF LAH RAV PAPA - (Rav Papa is asking a question on the Gemara's previous question. He is responding to Rav Yirmeyah's question by demonstrating that the woman *should* be able to prohibit with her Neder what she produces after her divorce.)
2) [line 8] GABEI ISHAH, MI PESIKA MILSAIHU? - with regard to a wife, is the case so clear-cut (without qualification)?
3) [line 10] SHE'MISHKANTI LACH - that I gave to you as collateral for a loan
4) [last line] MI IS LAH KITZUSA?! - is there a set time [when she will get divorced from her husband]?!
5) [line 1] KEDUSHAS HA'GUF
6) [line 2] HEKDESH, CHAMETZ V'SHICHRUR MAFKI'IN MIY'DEI SHI'ABUD
(a) A person may designate one of his pieces of land or possessions as
security for a loan that he received or a debt that he owes without placing
it in the possession of the creditor. This creates a Shi'abud, or lien, on
the object, such that if the debt is not otherwise repaid, the creditor can
collect his debt from the security. Such a security is called an "Apotiki."
1. If the Apotiki is an animal that is fit to become a Korban and the owner designates it as such. (That is, the owner grants the object "Kedushas ha'Guf la'Mizbe'ach." If the Apotiki itself is not fit to be brought on the Mizbe'ach, and its owner declares that it should be sold and its *value* should be Kodesh ("Kedushas Damim"), or that it should be used for filling the day to day needs of the Beis ha'Mikdash and not for Korbanos ("Kedushas Bedek ha'Bayis), this does not repeal the Shi'abud -- RASHI, see however RAMBAM Hil. Erchin 7:14). Similarly, if the hands of the wife are designated to produce items for Hekdesh, the Shi'abud on her is cancelled.Next daf