Nedarim 44 – נדרים מד

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Nedarim 42 – נדרים מב

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Nedarim 43

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Moed Katan 2 – מועד קטן ב

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Rosh Hashanah 8 – ראש השנה ח

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1) Why is Yisroel compared to a king?

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Shabbos 148 – שבת קמח

The Gemara asks: “If one cannot demand the return of a Yom Tov loan, then what does it mean that Shemitta is ‘Meshamet’ (since he cannot collect in any case – Rashi)”.  Rashi explained earlier that Rav Yosef is only discussing the inability to collect a Yom Tov loan through the power of Beis Din; it would seem that he is still certainly owed the money, and may rightfully collect upon his own authority.  Why can’t Shemitta be referring to the negation of that right?

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