Eruvin 105 – עירובין קה

We learn that even a Kohen who is Tamei may enter the Beis Hamikdash to repair the gold plated walls.  How can the repair of the gold plating – whose absence presumably wouldn’t invalidate the Mikdash, override the absolute issur of entering the Mikdash in a state of Tuma’h?

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Eruvin 104 – עירובין קד

Why do we need the reason of ‘ein shevus bamikdash’ to allow removal of the muktza Sheretz from the Beis Hamikdash – since there is already a Torah obligation to do so which would seem to override Muktza in any case?

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Eruvin 102 – עירובין קב

Rashi explains that it is uncommon for a bandage to completely slide off, and therefore was not included in the issur (according to the Tanna Kamma).  If so why would we differentiate between if it landed on a keli or on the ground?

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Eruvin 99 – עירובין צט

It seems that according to Rebbi Meir although saliva in one’s mouth is considered a separate entity (with regards to din of Mashkin and Hechsher) there is no concern of carrying saliva on Shabbos.  What is the difference?

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