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Nidah 15

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We recommend using the textual changes suggested by the Bach, Rav B. Rensburg and the parenthetical marginal notes of the Vilna Shas. This section is devoted to any *OTHER* changes that we feel ought to be made in Gemara, Rashi or Tosfos.)

[1] Rashi 15a DH v'Chen me'Es l'Es:
The words "beme'Es l'Es b'Nidah"
should be "beme'Es l'Es sheb'Nidah"

1) [line 2] LO SHAMANU - we did not hear the amount of time
2) [line 29] SHOR SHACHUT LEFANECHA - we have definite proof that she was Tamei beforehand

3) [line 37] D'RAMYA A'NAFSHAH - she puts her mind to it
4) [line 40] B'SOCH YEMEI ONASAH - within thirty days of her period, before the onset of her next period

5) [line 42] KLAPEI LAYA - where are you turning to? (the opposite should be true)
*6*) [line 46] HIGI'A SHE'AS VESTAH, ASURAH - At the time of the expected onset of her period, she is prohibitted to her husband until she lets him know that she is Tehorah


7) [line 2] YESH LAH VESES L'YAMIM U'KFITSOS - she usually gets her period after a specified number of days omly if she also jumps at that time; e.g. she sees blood when she jumps after an interval of 20 days

8) [line 11] YALDAH, DI'VZIZA L'MITBAL - a young girl, who is ashamed to immerse in a Mikvah

9) [line 17] CHAVER - a person who is not suspect regarding Terumos and Ma'asros
10) [line 18] MEGURAH - store room; bin
11) [line 19] MESUKANIN - that Terumos and Ma'asros have been tithed

By Torah Law, one is required to tithe his grain only if he harvests it in a normal manner. This includes completing the stalk - to - grain process in the field, piling up the grain there and bringing it through the front door of his house. If he brings it into his house while it is still in its chaff, the obligation to tithe the grain is only mid'Rabanan. Under such circumstances, the Rabbanan did not prohibit eating the grain in a temporary fashion (Achilas Ara'i). Feeding an animal is termed Achilas Ara'i and is therefore permitted.

13) [line 30] MASIK ECHAD - an olive picker
14) [line 31] HETZITZ - peered
15a) [line 33] CHULDAH - rat
b) [line 33] BARDELAS - marten (Tosfos Sanhedrin 15b DH veha'Bardelas)

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