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1. Rebbi Shimon maintains that a Parah Adumah may be redeemed even after Shechitah, if a nicer Parah is found.
2. If the murderer is found prior to the Arifah of the Eglah, the Eglah may rejoin the flock.
3. The Tziporei Metzora are forbidden from the time they are taken, according to Reish Lakish. According to Rebbi Yochanan, they are forbidden from the time of Shechitah.
4. If one person buys a cow and another person buys the child, the first one to buy is entitled to slaughter first, while the other one must wait until the next day.
5. If one slaughters a mother animal and subsequently slaughters two of its sons on the same day, he is Chayav twice. If he first slaughters the two sons before he slaughters the mother, he is Chayav only once, according to the Tana Kama.
6. If one slaughters the mother and then the daughter of the daughter, and then the daughter, he is Chayav once, according to the Tana Kama. Sumchus in the name of Rebbi Meir says that he is Chayav twice.
7. If a Nazir drinks wine throughout the entire day after having received only one Hasra'ah, he is Chayav only once. If he received more than one Hasra'ah, he is Chayav separately for each Hasra'ah.
8. Rebbi Yoshiya maintains that one is Chayav for Kil'ei ha'Kerem only if he plants the seeds of wheat, barley, and grape together at one time.
9. If one eats an olive-size amount of the Gid ha'Nasheh from both the right and left sides of an animal, he is Chayav twice, according to the Rabanan. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that he is Chayav only once.
10. A son is unsure about which of two men is his real father. If he hits or curses both men, he is Chayav regardless of whether he did it to both at the same time or one after the other. According to Rebbi Yehudah, he is not Chayav unless he did it to both at the same time.
A BIT MORE
1. According to Rebbi Shimon, the Parah is Metamei Tum'as Ochlin since it could have been redeemed and its meat permitted to be eaten.
2. However, according to Reish Lakish, if the Eglah had already been taken down to Nachal Eisan before the murderer was found, the Eglah is forbidden. According to Rebbi Yochanan, even if it had already been taken down to Nachal Eisan, it is permitted.
3. According to Reish Lakish, both birds are forbidden from the time they are taken, but the one that is sent away is permitted from the time that it is sent away. According to Rebbi Yochanan, the slaughtered bird is forbidden from the time of its Shechitah, while the one that is sent away is permitted.
4. If they come to Beis Din, the judges will authorize the one who brought first to slaughter first. However, if they did not come to Beis Din and the one who bought second slaughters first, the meat is permitted.
5. However, according to Sumchus in the name of Rebbi Meir, he is Chayav twice even if he slaughters the two sons first. If one slaughters the mother and then the daughter, and then the daughter of the daughter, everyone agrees that he is Chayav twice.
6. According to Sumchus, one who eats two olive-size pieces of Chelev in one act of forgetfulness is Chayav twice. Therefore, he is Chayav twice for the Shechitah of the daughter, even though he did only one act of Isur.
7. If he received one Hasra'ah and drank wine, and then he received another Hasra'ah and drank wine again, he is Chayav twice.
8. However, without the grape seed, one is Chayav for Kil'ei Zera'im for planting seeds of wheat and barley together.
9. According to the Rabanan, the Gid ha'Nasheh on either side of the animal is prohibited. According to Rebbi Yehudah, only the Gid ha'Nasheh on the right side of the animal is prohibited, but not the Gid on the left side.
10. His mother remarried a second man within three months after being divorced from her first husband. She gave birth to a child who might be a ninth-month baby of the first husband, or a seventh-month baby of the second husband.
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