Kesubos 4 – כתובות ד

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Shabbos 151 – שבת קנא

If the gentile transported an object from within the Techum, it is permissible.  Tosfos points out that this is allowed despite the fact that it was transported through a Reshus Harabim.  How is this compatible with the Mishna we learned earlier (122a) that one may not use water drawn by a gentile since it was transported from one Reshus to another?

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Shabbos 151 – שבת קנא

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If the gentile transported an object from within the Techum, it is permissible.  Tosfos points out that this is allowed despite the fact that it was transported through a Reshus Harabim.  How is this compatible with the Mishna we learned earlier (122a) that one may not use water drawn by a gentile since it was transported from one Reshus to another?

 

Shabbos 64 – שבת סו

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Tosfos initially cites an approach that placing the pepper etc. in one’s mouth is classified as refu’ah, but then Tosfos discounts this and maintains that it was not included in the issur of refu’ah on Shabbos.  Why was this not included in the gezeira?

The Chachamim allowed two specific accessories to be worn on Shabbos on account of maintaining attractiveness, just as we find regarding Niddah.  Why don’t we find specific limitation by Niddah as well?