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Eruvin 94

1) [line 1] AD IKAR MECHITZAH - until the base of the original wall
2) [line 2] LAV B'FEIRUSH ITMAR, ELA MI'KELELA ITMAR - it was not said explicitly by Rav; rather it was derived through his actions

3) [line 5] SHEKULU GELIMA - take a cloak
4) [line 5] NEGIDU BAH - spread it out in the place of the wall
5) [line 6] ABA - Rav; he was called "Aba" by Shmuel because of his dignity
6) [line 7] SHEKULU (HEIMNEI) [HEMYANEI] V'KATRU BAH - take Rav's belt and tie the cloak in place with it (RABEINU YEHONASAN)

7) [line 11] ASREI D'SHMUEL HAVAH - [this episode took place in] the city where Shmuel was the leading authority

8) [line 21] SHE'BARERU - who selected
9) [line 27] TZIDEI RESHUS HA'RABIM - an area at the side of Reshus ha'Rabim which is used by the public only when Reshus ha'Rabim is congested

10) [line 34] CHIFUFEI - "rubbing pegs", pegs and large stones stuck into the ground as a barrier so that people and wagons will not rub against the walls at the side of Reshus ha'Rabim

*11*) [line 51] D'AMAR PISCHA HU - it is considered an entranceway (that is, if the standing part of the Mechitzah is longer than the breach, see Insights)


12) [line 1] KEREN ZAVIS - a corner

13) [line 4] PI TIKRAH YORED V'SOSEM (The Edge of a Roof Beam Descends and Encloses)
(a) The Torah requires Mechitzos (partitions) for various Halachos (e.g. for Reshus ha'Yachid of Shabbos and for Sukah). A Mechitzah must be ten Tefachim high and enclose an area of four by four Tefachim.
(b) When an area is covered by a roof, a Halachah l'Moshe mi'Sinai states that the edge "descends and encloses," even though that side is completely open and has no physical partition. We may consider the area enclosed for Halachic purposes (see Insights to Eruvin 25:2).
(c) Rav and Shmuel argue as to how many of the four partitions of an area may be enclosed by using Pi Tikrah (see Insights ibid.).

14) [line 7] KIRU'YO B'ALACHSON - (a) its roof slants (RASHI); (b) its roof also fell off on an angle (in the shape of a triangle) (TOSFOS)

15a) [line 14] ACHSADRAH B'VIK'AH - (a) an area in a field that is covered with a roof but is open on all four sides (RASHI); (b) an area in a field that is covered with a roof and is closed on two or three of its sides (TOSFOS 94a DH bi'Shtei Ruchos and 25b DH Achsadra b'Vik'ah)
b) [line 14] BIK'AH - a plain of open fields

16) [line 17] KI LEIS LEI B'ARBA, AVAL B'SHALOSH IS LEI - (a) Shmuel does not rule Pi Tikrah Yored v'Sosem when all four sides are open, but only when three sides are open (RASHI); (b) according to the Girsa of RABEINU CHANANEL and TOSFOS, KI LEIS LEI B'SHALOSH, AVAL B'ARBA IS LEI - Shmuel does not rule Pi Tikrah Yored v'Sosem when there are only three *Mechitzos* (and the fourth side is completely open), rather, the fourth wall must be partially closed, e.g. when part of the fourth wall crumbled

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