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Shabbos 25


(a) From where do we know that it is a Mitzvah to burn Terumah Temei'ah?

(b) Permission to derive benefit from it whilst it is burning, is based initially on two sources:

1. "va'Ani Hinei Nasati *Lecha* Mishmeres *Terumosai*" (Bamidbar);
2. "ve'Lo Bi'arti *Mimenu* (Ma'aser Sheni) be'Tamei" (Devarim);
How do we learn it from there?

(c) What does "be'Tamei" in the latter Pasuk incorporate?

(a) What are the six stringencies of Kodshim over Terumah, of which 'Pankacs' is the acronym of?

(b) What are the four stringencies of Terumah over Kodshim, of which 'Machpaz' is the acronym?

(c) According to the second source mentioned earlier (from which we infer a Heter to derive benefit from Terumah whilst burning it), why do we preclude Tamei *Terumah* from "Mimenu", and not Tamei *Kodshim*?

(d) Rav Nachman bar Yitzchak learns the Heter from "Titen *Lo*" (Devarim). How does he learn it from there?

3) What is the difference between Kares and Misah bi'Yedei Shamayim?

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(a) Rebbi Yishmael disqualifies tar, because it might cause one to leave the room.
So what if he does leave the room?

(b) What does Rava say to Rav, who refers to washing with warm water on Erev Shabbos as 'Reshus'?

(c) What is the basic obligation of washing 'li'Chevod Shabbos'?

(a) Why did the Talmidim hide their Sadinim from Rebbi Yehudah? What are Sadinim?

(b) Why did Beis Shamai exempt a Sadin from Tzitzis?

(c) Does this mean that Rebbi Yehudah's disciples were following the opinion of Beis Shamai?

(d) What does their Rebbe hold in this regard?

(a) What does the Pasuk in Eichah "va'Tiznach mi'Shalom Nafshi" refer to?

(b) Some attribute the continuation of the Pasuk "Nashisi Tovah" to the bathhouse, or to washing one's face hands and feet is warm water.
To which other two things might this Pasuk refer?

7) The Tana'im define wealth in one of four ways: Some, differing slightly from the Mishnah in Pirkei Avos (4:1), describe it as a wealthy person who is content with his wealth; according to others, he is wealthy if he possesses a hundred vineyards and a hundred fields, and he has a hundred slaves to look after them.
What are the other two interpretations of wealth?


(a) What are the two reason for the prohibition of using balsam (Tzari) for the Shabbos-lights?

(b) What is wrong with taking oil from a lamp on Shabbos?

(c) What advice did the spiteful woman give her daughter-in-law?

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