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1) [line 2] KOL DAVAR SHEB'CHOVAH EINO BA ELA MIN HA'CHULIN
(a) Every Korban that a person is required to bring must be set aside from
animals that are Chulin (non-consecrated). This applies whether the
obligation to bring the Korban stems from the Torah, such as Pesach, Chatas,
Asham, etc., or whether it stems from the person himself, such as if he
vowed to bring a Korban Olah, Shelamim or Todah. He does not fulfill his
obligation unless he sets aside and offers as the Korban an animal that is
Chulin. If he owns an animal that he already set aside as a Korban by
declaring it a Nedavah (e.g. by saying, "This animal shall be a Shelamim"),
or if it is Kadosh because it is Ma'aser Behemah, he can not fulfill his
obligation with this animal (Menachos 81b).
(b) If a person vows to bring a Korban and specifies *at the time of his
vow* that he may bring an animal that is Ma'aser Behemah as his Korban, he
*does* fulfill his obligation with this animal (ibid.).
2) [line 23] SE'IREI HA'REGALIM
(a) A Se'ir (male goat) is offered as a Korban Chatas on the festivals among
the Korbenos Musaf that the Torah requires (Bamidbar 28:16 - 29:38). As with
all Korbenos Chatas, it is Kodshei Kodashim, and is eaten by male Kohanim on
the day that it is slaughtered and the following night. This Korban is
brought even on Shabbos.
(b) When offered on Shabbos, the Se'ir may not be cooked until nightfall.
Kohanim that choose to eat it raw before that time may do so.
*3*) [line 45] D'ILU TANA L'VASAR LO BA'I REISHIS - that is, the Tana that
discusses eating the meat of the Chagigah of the Fourteenth, assumes that it
can be eaten only until the following morning (and not the second morning)
unless the Torah *specifies* that it can be eaten for a second day.
4) [line 30] EIMUREI TZIBUR - Korbanos that are offered on Shabbos; i.e. the
Korban Tamid and Korban Musaf
5) [line 31] SHE'YESH LAHEN KITZVAH - that have a fixed (small) amount of
*6*) [line 32] REBBI MEIR OMER - (from the Gemara on Daf 72a it appears that
Rebbi Meir is explaining what he considers to be *Rebbi Yehoshua's*