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1. The Gemara discusses the case of a person who gives Kodshim to a harlot in exchange for her services.
2. A person is permitted to sell a portion of his Korban Pesach and use the money to help him bring the Korban Pesach.
3. There is a dispute about whether he is allowed to use this money (#2) for business or other purposes not related to the Korban Pesach.
4. There is a dispute about whether buying Matzah or Maror with this money (#2) is a Korban Pesach-related purpose.
5. The Mishnah states that a Korban Pesach may be slaughtered for someone who will become Tahor only on Pesach.
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1. If he gives her a share in an animal dedicated to be a Korban, the animal is still permitted to be offered. If he gives her a share in a bird offering, it is prohibited to be offered. (This law is derived from various verses.)
2. For example, if he needs wood for the fire that will roast the Pesach, he may use the money given to him by someone who buys a portion of his Korban in order to buy the wood.
3. Tana Kama: He is not allowed to use it for anything that is not related to the Korban Pesach. Rebbi Meir: He may use it even for business, as Bnei Yisrael dedicate their Korban Pesach with the intent that if someone buys a portion, the money should not be consecrated.
4. One opinion is that everyone maintains that this is permitted, while another says that the Tana Kama would say this, too, is prohibited.
5. For example, if a Zav will become Tahor on the first night of Pesach, he may be included in a Korban Pesach even though he is still Tamei when it is slaughtered.
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