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1. There is a disagreement about whether Rebbi Shimon requires that a Kometz be placed in a Kli Shares.
2. Rebbi Shimon maintains that the Kemitzah of a Minchah may be brought to the Mizbe'ach in the Kohen's hand or in a Kli Shares.
3. The Kemitzah of a Minchah must be performed with the right hand, even according to Rebbi Shimon.
4. If the blood of a Korban fell to the floor directly from the neck of the animal and was gathered up, it is Pasul.
5. One must keep the knife raised during the Shechitah of a Korban.
6. When one slaughters a Korban, he must place the veins of the Korban into the airspace of the utensil used for receiving the blood.
7. If the blood of a Korban was in the airspace of a utensil used for receiving the blood and the bottom of the utensil fell off, there is a doubt about whether the blood may be gathered up from the floor.
8. Water that is streaming from a pipe, and is in the airspace of a jug placed under the pipe, may not be caught in a utensil for the purpose of using it for the ashes of the Parah Adumah.
9. If a utensil was placed at the mouth of the pipe, even if the water was in the airspace above the jug, the water may be used for the ashes of the Parah Adumah.
10. Water streaming from a pipe which was directed into a utensil with a hand, a foot, or with vegetable leaves, is Pasul for the ashes of the Parah Adumah.
11. If one causes a Mum to a Korban after the Shechitah but prior to receiving the blood, the Korban is Pasul.
12. According to Rebbi Yehoshua, if the flesh and the fats of a Korban become Tamei after the Shechitah but prior to the sprinkling of the blood, the blood may be sprinkled if an olive's size of Tahor flesh or fats remain.
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1. According to the opinion that Rebbi Shimon requires that a Kometz be placed in a Kli Shares, it is not necessary for the Kohen to hold the Kli in his right hand.
2. If the Kemitzah is brought in the Kohen's hand, it must be treated like the blood of a Chatas which is placed on the Mizbe'ach by hand. It must be brought in the right hand like a Chatas. If the Kemitzah is brought in a Kli Shares, it must be treated like the blood of an Asham which is thrown on the Mizbe'ach from a Kli Shares. It must be bought in the left hand like the blood of an Asham.
3. Even the Kemitzah of a Minchas Chotei, which does not require oil or Levonah, must be done with the right hand.
4. However, if the blood was received in a utensil and then it spilled on the floor and was gathered up, it is valid.
5. The blood of a Korban must be received directly from the animal and not from the knife. If the knife is not raised, the blood may spill from the knife into the utensil.
6. This is done so that the blood will be received directly from the animal.
7. The doubt is whether the blood is regarded as blood that had already been received in the utensil and may be gathered up and is valid, or whether it is regarded as blood that fell on the floor directly from the animal and may not be gathered up. However, if the bottom did not fall off and the blood spilled out before it reached the bottom of the utensil, it may be gathered up and it is valid.
8. The jug was not placed there for the purpose of using it for the ashes of the Parah Adumah. Only a utensil placed there expressly for that purpose may be used.
9. However, if the water already reached the jug, even though it did not yet reach the bottom of the jug, it may not be used for the ashes of the Parah Adumah.
10. The water may not be directed by something susceptible to Tum'ah. However, it may be directed into the utensil with the use of leaves that are not susceptible to Tum'ah.
11. A Korban must be unblemished for both the Shechitah and the Kabalah.
12. Rebbi Yehoshua maintains that if there is no flesh which is Tahor, the blood may not be sprinkled on the Mizbe'ach.
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