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1. If one slaughters an animal on Shabbos or Yom Kippur, although he is Chayav Misah, the Shechitah is valid.
2. One is permitted to cut up a pumpkin for an animal, or a Neveilah for a dog, on Shabbos. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that if the animal was alive at the onset of Shabbos, one is forbidden to cut up the Neveilah.
3. If one buys wine from a Kusi he must say, "The two Lugin which I will separate will be Terumah, ten Lugin will be Ma'aser Rishon, and nine Lugin will be Ma'aser Sheni. He must redeem the Ma'aser Sheni before he drinks the wine, according to Rebbi Meir.
4. Rebbi Yehudah, Rebbi Shimon, and Rebbi Yosi disagree with Rebbi Meir. They maintain that the Terumah and Ma'aseros must be separated before one drinks from the wine.
5. One may place one Eruv Techumin to the east, and another Eruv to the west, with the condition that on whichever side the Chacham comes tomorrow, the Eruv there will be valid, and if a Chacham comes on both sides, the Eruv on both sides will be valid.
6. According to Rebbi Yehudah, his condition is valid only on one side, not on both sides, and only if the Chacham already came within the Techum of the Eruv prior to the onset of Shabbos.
7. If a utensil breaks on Shabbos, the broken pieces may be handled, provided that they are fit for any usage at all, such as to cover a jug, according to the Tana Kama. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that the broken pieces must be fit for a similar usage as the original Kli.
8. If liquid spontaneously flows from fruit on Shabbos, it is forbidden until after Shabbos, according to the Tana Kama. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that if the fruit was designated for eating, not for squeezing, the liquid is permitted on Shabbos.
9. There is a disagreement if, according to Rebbi Yehudah, liquid which flows spontaneously from olives and grapes on Shabbos is forbidden.
10. One is permitted to handle a new earthenware Ner on Shabbos, but not one that has previously been used, according to Rebbi Yehudah.
A BIT MORE
1. There is a Chiyuv Kares for doing Melachah on Yom Kippur, and a Chiyuv Sekilah for doing Melachah on Shabbos.
2. According to Rebbi Yehudah, if the animal dies on Shabbos it is Muktzah.
3. The concept of Bereirah states that the Terumah and Ma'aseros which will be separated at a later time are the Terumah and Ma'aseros that he designated now.
4. There is a concern that the flask might break and the wine will spill before the Terumos and Ma'aseros are separated, and he will have consumed Tevel.
5. The concept of Bereirah dictates that the direction from which the Chacham comes tomorrow will be the side on which the Eruv will have taken effect, retroactively, at the onset of Shabbos.
6. According to Rebbi Yehudah, we do not rely on Bereirah. Nevertheless, if the Chacham was already within two thousand Amos of the Eruv at the onset of Shabbos, it is a merely a Giluy Milsa that from whichever direction he arrived at the onset of Shabbos is the side where the Eruv took effect.
7. If the broken pieces are usable for pouring into it something similar to its original usage, it may be handled on Shabbos, according to Rebbi Yehudah. Otherwise, it is considered Nolad and may not be handled on Shabbos.
8. The liquid is forbidden according to the Tana Kama because of the concern that it may cause a person to squeeze the fruit on Shabbos for the liquid. However, according to Rebbi Yehudah, if he intended to eat the fruit and not squeeze it, there is no concern that he will squeeze the fruit on Shabbos.
9. According to Shmuel, since most olives and grapes are designated for squeezing, even if he intended to eat them, the liquid that flows from them on Shabbos is forbidden, since he may change his mind and decide that he wants them to be squeezed. Rav disagrees.
10. An earthenware Kli which has been used as a Ner is repulsive and is Muktzah Machmas Mi'us.
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