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1)

Why does the Torah repeat "ve'Hishkah es ha'Ishah es ha'Mayim"?

1.

Rashi: To teach us that, after the Parshah has been erased in the water, she declines to drink it, the Kohen forces her to drink. 1


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See Sifsei Chachamim.

2)

What are the implications of "Ve'haysah ha'Ishah le'Alah".

1.

Rashi (Bereishis 26:4): Refer to 5:21:2:1.

3)

And why does the Torah add "be'Soch Amah"?

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Rashi: Because there is no comparison between someone who is put to shame in a place where one is known and someone who is put to shame in a place where one is not known!

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