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We recommend using the textual changes suggested by the Bach, Rav B. Rensburg
and the parenthetical marginal notes of the Vilna Shas. This section is
devoted to any *OTHER* changes that we feel ought to be made in Gemara,
Rashi or Tosfos.)
 Gemara 10a [line 21]:
The words "*Rav* Yirmeyah v'Rebbi Yonah"
should be "*Rebbi* Yirmeyah v'Rebbi Yonah"
 Rashi 10a DH Amudei:
The words "*Bei* ha'Midrash"
should be "*Beis* ha'Midrash"
 Masores ha'Shas [at the end of the page]:
The source "Berachos *26b*"
should be "Berachos *26a*"
 Gemara 10b [line 1]:
"Beis ha'Kisei, *d'Ma'is*"
The Girsa of Tosfos DH Sha'ani, is "Beis ha'Kisei, *d'Nafish Zuhama*"
 Rashi 10b DH v'Shalvasah [at the end of the page]:
(a) "Hashket Hayah Lah"
The source "Yechezkel *15*"
should be "Yechezkel *16(:49)*"
(b) The words "Ayit Lo Hidrichuhu"
should be "Ayit *v'Go' (=etc.)* Lo Hidrichuhu"
1) [line 2] KEIVAN DI'KEVI'A LEI ZIMNA - Since the time [for praying
Minchah] is more limited
2) [line 2] MIRTAS - he is worried (about missing Minchah)
3) [line 5] TRICHUSA L'MEISAR HEMYENEI? - is it a bother to tie his belt?
4) [line 6] "HIKON LIKRAS ELOKECHA YISRAEL" - "Prepare yourself to meet
your G-D, Israel" (Amos 4:12)
5a) [line 7] RAMI PUZMEKEI - (O.F. chalcon) put on light (felt) shoes,
b) [line 8] SHADI GELIMEI - took of his cloak
6) [line 9] PACHAR YADEI - he would interlace his fingers
7) [line 18] NAGAH LI'TZLUYEI - it was becoming too late to pray
8) [line 19] MESARHEV - rushing
9) [line 20] "MESIR OZNO ..." - "If a person removes his ear from hearing
Torah, his prayer is also an abomination" (Mishlei 28:9). See Insights
10) [line 23] D'ASKEI V'ASU B'DINA - they have already started judging
11) [line 24] BEINEI AMUDEI - between the pillars of the Beis ha'Midrash.
See Berachos 8a, 30b
12) [line 24] HAVU TAPCHEI A'IBRA D'DASHA - Rebbi Ami and Rebbi Asi would
knock on the bolt of the door
13) [line 26] KA CHALISH LIBAIHU - (a) they felt discouraged [because they
did not learn Torah all day]; (b) they were fasting [all day]
14) [line 32] "IY LACH ERETZ ... BI'GVURAH V'LO VA'SHESI" - "Woe to you, O
Land, when your king is a youth, and your princes dine in the morning.
Happy are you, O Land, when your king is a man of dignity, and your princes
eat at the proper time, for strength and not for drunkenness" (Koheles
*15*) [line 34] V'LO BI'SHESIYAH SHEL YAYIN - That is, even though the
Gemara mentioned above that the afternoon is not a time when people get
drunk, however, at least a Revi'is of wine was consumed at the afternoon
meal (as is implicated by Tosfos DH Hasam)
16) [line 34] LUDIM - (O.F. Cheneleus) the name of a nation of cannibals
17) [line 38] K'ZOREK EVEN L'CHEMES - like throwing a stone into a goatskin
sack used to hold liquids, i.e. (a) it is harmful to the body; (b) it
doesn't achieve anything
18) [line 42] CHOLETZ - remove [his Tefilin]
19) [line 4] "VA'YIKRA LO ..." - and he named the alter which he built
"HaSh-m is our Peace" (Shoftim 6:24)
20a) [line 5] HEIMNUSA - a declaration of faith
b) [line 12] TZARICH L'HODI'O - (a) he must notify his friend [before he
gives the gift, so his friend will not be embarrassed to accept it]; (b)
[if he already placed a gift in his friend's house,] he should let his
friend know that he was the one who gave it, [to increase their friendship]
21) [line 19] SHA'IF LEI MISHCHA - he rubs oil on him (between his eyes)
22) [line 19] U'MALI LEI KUCHLA - he puts a [blue or tinted] powder around
23) [line 28] METNASA D'SORA (THE PRIESTLY GIFTS GIVEN FROM AN OX)
Whenever a person slaughters an ox, sheep or goat (which is not Kodshim),
he must give to a Kohen the Zero'a, Lechayayim and Keivah (the foreleg, the
[lower] jaw, and the maw [the last of a cow's four stomachs]. (Devarim
(a) The ZERO'A consists of the two upper limbs of the right foreleg, from
the knee to the top of the shoulder blade
24) [line 34] MEILASA A'LEVISHAIHU YAKIRA - cloaks are precious to those
that wear them; i.e. a teacher's teachings are precious to his closest
(b) The LECHAYAYIM consist of the lower jaw, from the joint where it is
attached to the upper jaw to the thyroid cartilage, including the tongue
(c) The KEIVAH consists of the maw together with its Chelev, but the custom
of the Kohanim is to let the owner of the animal keep the Chelev
25) [line 38] AL YESHANA ADAM BENO BEIN HA'BANIM - a person should not
treat one son differently from the others
26) [line 39] MISHKAL SHNEI SELA'IM - the weight of two Sela
27) [line 39] MEILAS - fine wool, a cloak of fine wool
28) [line 43] SHE'YESHIVASAH KEROVAH - which was recently settled
29) [line 44] "HINEI NA, HA'IR ..." - "Please, behold this city is near
enough to flee to, and it is small" (Bereishis 19:20) Lot pleaded with the
Angels that the city of Tzo'ar could be spared since it was settled one
year after Sedom, and did not have as many sins
30) [last line] "IMALTA NA SHAMAH" - "Please, I shall flee there" (Ibid)