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1. Abaye and Rava disagree about the intent of the verse, "that he stole" (based on their argument on Daf 4; see #5 there).
2. Abaye and Rava disagree about the intent of the verse, "You should leave," repeated twice with reference to Pe'ah (based on their argument on Daf 4; see #5 there).
3. Rebbi Elazar and Rebbi Yochanan disagree about whether Beis Din may force a lender to give back to the borrower a set amount of interest on a loan.
4. The Gemara concludes that a practical difference between Abaye and Rava is whether a thief must return stolen goods that he altered.
5. A person who knowingly consecrates an animal with a blemish and offers it as a Korban transgresses five or six Torah prohibitions.
A BIT MORE
1. Abaye: The verse teaches that one must add a fifth of the amount that he stole if he swears that he did not steal and is caught lying. He does not add a fifth if he swears on behalf of his father who stole. Rava: The verse teaches that a thief must pay the value of what he stole at the time of the theft. He does not have to return the item itself (i.e. if it increased in value, such as wool that he made into clothing).
2. Abaye: The second time this verse is said teaches that one does not acquire Pe'ah that he was supposed to leave for the poor, even if he went so far as to make it into dough. Rava: A person who proclaims his field to be ownerless has not succeeded in making his field exempt from Pe'ah.
3. Rebbi Elazar: Beis Din forces him to give it back. Rebbi Yochanan: Beis Din does not force him to give it back.
4. Abaye: One must pay back only the value of what he stole at the time that he stole it, and he does not have to give back the item itself. Rava: One must pay back the item, even if he improved its value by working on it after he stole it. (This changes how the Gemara originally understood Rava's position on this matter in #1 above.)
5. They are: Do not consecrate, slaughter, sprinkle, offer in its entirety, and partially offer it. Rebbi Yosi b'Rebbi Yehudah maintains that there is also a prohibition against receiving its blood.
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