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1. When Miriam had Tzara'as, Hashem -- and not Aharon or Moshe -- was Masgir and Machlit her.
2. There is a disagreement about whether Moshe Rabeinu was a Kohen.
3. Hashem instructed Moshe Rabeinu to speak to Pharaoh respectfully, according to Rebbi Yochanan. Reish Lakish maintains that Moshe was instructed to speak to Pharaoh brazenly.
4. A Kohen Ba'al Mum, whether he is a Ba'al Mum from birth or he developed a Mum after birth, may eat Kodshim, and he receives a portion of the Korbanos.
5. Any Kohen who is not fit to perform the Avodah does not receive a portion of the Korbanos, with the exception of a Ba'al Mum.
6. If a Kohen is Tamei at the time of the Zerikas ha'Dam of a Korban, he does not receive a portion of the Korban, even if he is Tahor at the time of the Hekter Chalavim.
7. If a Kohen was Tahor at the time of the Zerikas ha'Dam and Tamei at the time of the Hekter Chalavim, there is a disagreement about whether he receives a portion of the Korban.
8. A Kohen who is Chayav a Chatas may come to Yerushalayim and offer it himself, even when it is not the time of his Mishmar.
9. There is a disagreement about whether a Bechor may be given to a Kohen who is Tamei.
10. One is permitted to contemplate words of Torah in all places other than a bathroom and a bathhouse.
A BIT MORE
1. Aharon was not Masgir her, because he was a relative. Moshe was not Masgir her, even though, according to Rav, Moshe was the Kohen Gadol, since the Torah states that Hesger for Nega'im must be done only by Aharon and his sons.
2. According to Rebbi Shimon ben Yochai, the Kehunah was taken from Moshe and given to Aharon. According to the Chachamim, Moshe was a Kohen only during the seven days of the Milu'im. According to the Yesh Omrim, Moshe was a Kohen for his entire lifetime, but his children were not Kohanim.
3. Reish Lakish says that the verse in the Torah, which states that Moshe went out from Pharaoh with anger, implies that Moshe slapped Pharaoh in the face.
4. Whether the Kohen has a permanent Mum or a non-permanent Mum, he may eat Kodshim and is given a portion of the Korbanos.
5. However, not everyone who is fit to do the Avodah receives a portion of the Korbanos. A Kohen Tamei is fit to do the Avodah for a Korban Tzibur, but he does not receive a portion from a Korban Tzibur.
6. The Hekter Chalavim may be done the entire night. Accordingly, the Kohen who was Tamei may purify himself by immersing in the Mikvah and waiting for He'erev Shemesh in time for the Hekter Chalavim.
7. According to the Tana of the Mishnah, the Kohen receives a portion of the Korbanos since he was Tahor at the time of the Zerikah. Aba Shaul disagrees.
8. The flesh and the hide of a Korban is given to the Kohen who brings the Korban, not to the members of the Mishmar.
9. A Bechor is not divided among the Kohanim of the Mishmar. It is given to the Kohen of the owner's choice. There is a disagreement about whether it may be given to a Kohen who is not fit to do the Avodah at that time.
10. However, Rebbi Elazar b'Rebbi Shimon was so immersed in words of Torah that thoughts of Torah entered his mind spontaneously, even when he was in the bathroom and bathhouse, and it was impossible for him to stop the thoughts.
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