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1. Rebbi Yonasan maintains that one who eats a Shelishi l'Tum'ah of Terumah may not eat Terumah, but he may come into contact with Terumah.
2. Rebbi Yitzchak bar Marta maintains that only Kodesh with Kedushas ha'Guf makes Kodesh into a Revi'i. According to Rebbi Elazar bar Tzadok, even Chulin treated with the Taharah of Kodesh makes Kodesh into a Revi'i.
3. If one eats a Shelishi l'Tum'ah of Chulin treated with the Taharah of Terumah, he becomes a Sheni for Kodesh, according to Rebbi Yehoshua.
4. The clothing of an Am ha'Aretz is considered Tum'as Midras for Perushim. The clothing of Perushim is Tum'as Midras for Ochlei Terumah. The clothing of Ochlei Terumah is Tum'as Midras for Ochlei Kodesh.
5. If an Am ha'Aretz brings a jug of wine of Terumah to a Kohen and claims that he separated a Revi'is for Nesachim, he is believed, and it is Tahor.
6. If one slaughters an animal without drawing blood, the meat of the animal still becomes susceptible to Tum'ah, according to Rebbi Shimon.
7. Rebbi Shimon maintains that if food comes into contact with the blood of an animal which died a natural death, or with blood from a wound, the food does not become susceptible to Tum'ah.
8. One is permitted to derive benefit from the blood of Pesulei ha'Mukdashin.
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1. Whether one eats a Shelishi of Chulin treated with the Taharah of Terumah, or a Shelishi of actual Terumah, the law is the same. He may not eat Terumah, but he may come into contact with Terumah.
2. According to Rebbi Yitzchak bar Marta, only the flesh of a Korban, or Lachmei Todah after the Shechitah of the Korban Todah, or a Minchah which was sanctified in a Kli makes Kodesh into a Revi'i. Kodesh which was sanctified only verbally, and certainly Chulin which was treated with the Taharah of Kodesh do not make Kodesh into a Revi'i. However, according to Rebbi Elazar bar Tzadok, the Tana'im disagree about whether even Chulin treated with the Taharah of Kodesh makes Kodesh into a Revi'i.
3. If he comes into contact with Kodesh, he makes it a Shelishi. However, if he comes into contact with Terumah, its Taharah status is not affected.
4. One who has a higher standard of Taharah must be concerned that the clothing of one who has a lower standard became Tamei as a Midras (i.e., a Nidah sat on it).
5. We accept the word of An Am ha'Aretz who brings Nesachim and says that it is Tahor, because if we would not accept his word, he would go and build a Bamah for himself. He also is believed about the Taharah of the Terumah that he brings in the same utensil as the Kodesh.
6. Rav Asi maintains that according to Rebbi Shimon, it is the Shechitah of the animal which is Machshir the meat to become Tamei, but not the blood of the Shechitah.
7. However, if the animal was killed, the blood that comes into contract with food does make the food susceptible to Tum'ah.
8. The blood is permitted, even though one might have thought that since shearing or doing Avodah with Pesulei ha'Mukdashin is forbidden, the blood should require burial.
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