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1. If a Kohen performs the Avodah while he stands on a utensil, on the foot of an animal, or on a person, the Avodah is Pasul.
2. If a Kohen performs the Avodah while one foot is on the floor of the Azarah and the other foot is on a stone or utensil, if he could remain standing on the one foot which is on the floor of the Azarah, the Avodah is valid.
3. If stones were removed from the floor of the Azarah and the Kohen stands in the place where the stones had been, there is a doubt about whether the Avodah is valid.
4. If a Kohen received the blood of a Korban in his left hand according to the Rabanan it is Pasul. Rebbi Shimon maintains that it is Kosher.
5. If the Kemitzah of a Minchah is done with the Kohen's left hand, it is Pasul.
6. The right leg of an Olah is brought to the Mizbe'ach in the left hand of the Kohen.
7. If a Kohen sprinkles the blood of a Korban on the Mizbe'ach with his left hand, the act is Pasul according to the Rabanan. Rebbi Shimon disagrees.
A BIT MORE
1. David ha'Melech sanctified the floor of the Azarah. Therefore, nothing may intervene between the bare foot of the Kohen and the floor of the Azarah.
2. If the stone or utensil would be removed from underneath the foot of the Kohen and he would remain standing, the Avodah is valid.
3. David ha'Melech sanctified the floor of the Azarah all the way down to the depths of the earth. However, a Kohen who stands where the stones were removed does not perform the Avodah in the usual way, and it may be Pasul.
4. However, Rebbi Shimon agrees that the blood of a Chatas must be placed on the Mizbe'ach with the Kohen's right hand. Rebbi Elazar b'Rebbi Shimon maintains that the blood must be received in the right hand of the Kohen but it may be placed on the Mizbe'ach with his left hand.
5. When the Kemitzah is placed in a Kli Shares, the Kli must be held in the right hand of the Kohen.
6. The leg is brought to the Mizbe'ach together with the head of the Korban. The head is brought in the right hand of the Kohen and the leg is brought in the left hand.
7. Rebbi Shimon maintains that the blood of a Chatas must be placed on the Mizbe'ach with the right hand of a Kohen. However, he says that the sprinkling of the blood of other Korbanos may be done with the left hand.
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