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1. Rava: An animal of Ma'aser Behemah of orphans that receives a blemish may be sold after it is slaughtered.
2. If the bones of the animal of Ma'aser Behemah are used in that region to make vessels (or other such usages), the meat of the animal of Ma'aser Behemah may be included in the sale of the bones.
3. D'Vei Rebbi Yishmael: One may derive a Gezeirah Shavah from one word to another word with a similar meaning, such as "Shav" ("return") to "Ba" ("come").
4. When something is dedicated to be a "Cherem," it is considered to have a temporary status of Hekdesh.
5. When a Kohen receives a firstborn animal with a blemish, there is a dispute about who may eat it with the Kohen.
A BIT MORE
1. Although the Rabanan decreed that it should not be sold by an ordinary person even after it is slaughtered, the Rabanan allowed orphans to do so after it was slaughtered.
2. This concept is known as "Havla'ah," or "swallowing" (including) an object which is forbidden to be sold by itself in the sale of an object which is permitted to be sold. Another example of "Havla'ah" is including an Esrog of Shemitah in the sale of a Lulav, as stated by Rav Huna earlier (31b).
3. The Gemara explains that one may do so only in a case where there is no other similar word from which to derive the Gezeirah Shavah.
4. This is, until it is given to the Kohen, at which point the Kohen may use it for any purpose, or sell it to anyone.
5. Beis Shamai: Only other Kohanim may eat it. Beis Hillel (Beraisa): Other Jews may eat it together with the Kohen, but not Nochrim. Beis Hillel (Mishnah) and Rebbi Akiva: Even Nochrim may eat it together with the Kohen.
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