Yevamos 34 – יבמות לד

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Megillah 12 – מגילה יב

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Next day’s Daf Yomi – Megillah 13

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Eruvin 59 – עירובין נט

The Gemara concludes that we follow the larger boundary, since Techumin are meant to be applied leniently.  Why can’t we simply suffice with the general formula that any safek involving a Derabanan is lekula?

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Eruvin 59 – עירובין נט

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The Gemara concludes that we follow the larger boundary, since Techumin are meant to be applied leniently.  Why can’t we simply suffice with the general formula that any safek involving a Derabanan is lekula?

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Eruvin 53 – עירובין נג

Keitzad me’abrin – what is the significance to whether it is spelled with an ‘Alef’ (denoting limbs) or an ‘Ayin’ (expectant woman)?

Rebbi Yehoshua refrained from the salty beans, explaining that he had already eaten.  This (untruth) was permitted to avoid embarrassing his host.  But would she not realize (at some later point when consuming the beans) that he had simply avoided the salty dish?

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Eruvin 53 – עירובין נג

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Keitzad me’abrin – what is the significance to whether it is spelled with an ‘Alef’ (denoting limbs) or an ‘Ayin’ (expectant woman)?

Rebbi Yehoshua refrained from the salty beans, explaining that he had already eaten.  This (untruth) was permitted to avoid embarrassing his host.  But would she not realize (at some later point when consuming the beans) that he had simply avoided the salty dish?

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