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1. A Korban that has a blemish that will heal cannot be redeemed.
2. There is a dispute about whether an animal with a permanent blemish that is dedicated to be a Korban or Hekdesh must be stood up and evaluated before it is redeemed.
3. The Gemara discusses what must be done to a Korban that received a blemish and then was slaughtered.
4. The Mishnah lists many items that must be buried.
5. The Mishnah lists many items that must be burned.
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1. This is derived from the verse, "That they will not bring from it." Since this animal may offered, it is not redeemable.
2. Rebbi Yochanan and Reish Lakish: Both the Rabanan and Rebbi Shimon agree that it does not need to be evaluated before it is redeemed. Levi: It must be evaluated before it is redeemed.
3. Rebbi Meir: It should be buried. Chachamim: It should be redeemed.
4. They include: A fetus from a miscarriage of an animal dedicated to be a Korban, an ox that was stoned, an Eglah Arufah, the birds of a leper, the shaved hair of a Nazir, a Peter Chamor, and more.
5. They include: Chametz on Pesach, Terumah Teme'ah, Orlah, and more.
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