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A wife who receives her sustenance from a third party is not given wine unless her husband previously provided her with wine. (1)
The daughter of Nakdimon ben Guriyah was pledged two Se'ah of wine every week for cooking.
It is not good for a woman to drink a lot of wine.
A guest is forbidden in marital relations.
A wife is given a mattress in a place that the beds are made out of ropes without a leather pad on top.
If it is the practice of the wife's family to sleep with a pillow and covers, the husband must provide them for her.
If it is the practice of the husband's family to sleep with a pillow and covers, he must provide them for his wife when they are together. (2)
In a mountainous region where shoes wear out fast, a wife must be provided with new shoes at each of the Shalosh Regalim.
If some the food that is given to the wife is left over, it is given to the husband.
The wife keeps her worn-out clothing so that she can wear them while she is a Nidah. (3)
Marital relations are permitted during the day only in a darkened house.
A person is obligated to provide for his children until they are six years old.
If a mother and father made an Eruv Techumim in different directions, a child six years old and under is included in the mother's Eruv.
When a woman is nursing, her husband must provide her with extra food and wine. (4)
The Metzi'ah and handiwork of a wife belongs to her husband. If she inherits property, her husband eats the fruit of the property.
If a wife receives a payment of Boshes or Pegam she may keep it. Rebbi Yehudah ben Beseirah maintains that a portion of it belongs to the husband. (5)
A father owns the rights to the Kidushin, Metzi'ah, and handiwork of his daughter who is a Ketanah or a Na'arah.
A father also has the right to annul the Neder of his daughter and to accept her Get on her behalf. (6)
A BIT MORE
1. If her husband provided her with two cups of wine when he was with her, she receives one cup when her husband is away. If her husband provided her with one cup of wine when he was with her, she does not receive any wine at all when her husband is away.
2. Tana Kama: When they are not together, the husband is not obligated to provide them for her. Rebbi Nasan: The husband must provide them for her all of the time, because he might return at Bein ha'Shemashos and forget to bring the pillow and cover for her.
3. When a widow is provided with clothing by the heirs of her husband, the clothing is given to the heirs when it wears out.
4. Wine is good for her milk.
5. Rebbi Yehudah ben Beseirah maintains that if a concealed part of her body was injured, her husband receives one-third. If an exposed part of her body was injured, he receives two-thirds. The portion that is given to the wife must be used to buy land, and the husband has the right to the produce of that land.
6. The father does not have the right to eat the produce of land that his daughter inherited from her mother.
ABAYE DID NOT DRINK WINE
Rava told Chomah, the wife of Abaye, that he knows that Abaye did not drink wine. The Tosfos ha'Rosh says that Abaye was very poor and had no money for wine. However, the Ya'avetz says that the Gemara in Shabbos says that Abaye starved himself and did not partake from the pleasures of this world. Chomah's claim that she was provided with wine was after Abaye became weak and needed the wine for health reasons.
THE SUPPORT OF YOUNG CHILDREN
A father is obligated to support his children until they are six years old. The Chachamim decreed that he must support them after that age until they grow up. If he refuses, the Beis Din applies pressure on him in order to convince him to support them, but the Beis Din does not force him. If the father is wealthy, Beis Din does force him to support his children, just as the Beis Din forces him to give Tzedakah. (Shulchan Aruch EH 71:1)
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