Yevamos 46 – יבמות מו

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Yevamos 47

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Beitzah 5 – ביצה ה

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Insights on Today’s Daf

1) What transpired at Har Sinai throughout the winter months?

2) Rav Moshe Feinstien: tables rather than shtenders

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Beitzah 6

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Shabbos 87 – שבת פז

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

The Gemara discusses whether Techumin or Hotazaah (according to Tosfos) were included in ‘Shabbbos of Marah’ – why would these be considered different than all other dinim of Shabbos?

 

Shabbos 86 – שבת פו

According to Rebbi Akiva, five complete onas are required, to be completed with the sixth when missing part of the fifth.  In this case, the sixth will inevitably be of a different nature than the fifth (one day the other night) with a different length.  How can one compensate for the other?

Meraimar responded that there was actually no Tvul Yom present at receiving the Torah.  Can this be proven from a source, or was it known from tradition?

Shabbos 86 – שבת פו

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Today’s Daf Yomi Question:

According to Rebbi Akiva, five complete onas are required, to be completed with the sixth when missing part of the fifth.  In this case, the sixth will inevitably be of a different nature than the fifth (one day the other night) with a different length.  How can one compensate for the other?

Meraimar responded that there was actually no Tvul Yom present at receiving the Torah.  Can this be proven from a source, or was it known from tradition?