1. The Gemara discusses the case of a thief who does not remember from whom he stole.
2. There is a dispute about whether a woman may measure flour when she bakes on Yom Tov.
3. A person may ask a merchant or a shepherd he knows to give him a number of eggs or a goat on Yom Tov.
4. A person should not carry many bottles of wine in a box to his friend's house on Yom Tov.
5. Rather, he should carry only one or two bottles at a time.
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1. He should repay the amount he stole in order to fund public projects, such as wells, if he wants to repent. If he does so, it is possible that the people from whom he stole will benefit from these items and this will be a form of repayment.
2. Some say that she should measure the flour in order to know how much she is baking, so that she will separate a generous amount of Chalah. Others say that it is forbidden.
3. He should not mention a price. Due to their familiarity with each other, they presumably either trust each other to give a fair price or they already know the price of these items.
4. This is because it looks like he is engaging in a weekday activity of transporting heavy items.
5. This makes it appear as if he is merely carrying what he needs for Yom Tov.