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Eruvin 42

ERUVIN 42, 43, 44 sponsored by a generous grant from an anonymous donor. Kollel Iyun Hadaf is indebted to him for his encouragement and support and prays that Hashem will repay him in kind.

1) [line 30] MECHITZAH SHE'NIFRETZAH B'MILU'AH L'MAKOM HA'ASUR LAH Whenever two different Reshuyos are *entirely* exposed to each other on one of their sides ("Parutz b'Milu'o"), the two Reshuyos are considered to be as one. If one of those two Reshuyos is one in which it is *forbidden* to carry, then the other is drawn after it and it is forbidden to carry in it as well.


2) [line 11] SEFAS TIKRAH - [on the ground, below] the edge of the ceiling of a house (where the wall has been breached)

3) [line 13] CHOVETES - [the ceiling is considered as if] it comes down to the ground

4) [line 42] SEFINAH NOTALTO MI'TECHILAS ARBA U'MANICHATO B'SOF ARBA - (a) the boat constantly carries him forward more than four Amos at a time as it lurches forward, so that he is not at rest long enough to acquire a domain of four Amos; (b) the boat continuously moves forward, taking him out of his present four Amos against his will, which entitles him to a new domain of four Amos

5) [line 44] NIFCHATU DOFNEI SEFINAH - the walls of the boat broke (and were no longer Ten Tefachim high, so that they could no longer serve as a Mechitzah)

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