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Meilah Chart #1
|1)||BEFORE ZERIKAS HA'DAM||Entire animal(1)||No part of the animal(2)|
|2)||AFTER ZERIKAS HA'DAM||Only the parts that are offered on the Mizbe'ach(3)||Only the parts that are offered on the Mizbe'ach|
(1) The entire animal is considered "Kodshei Hashem," the prerequisute for the obligation of Me'ilah.
(2) The animal is considered to be a mixture of parts that are given to Hashem and parts that are given to man, and thus Me'ilah does not apply until after Zerikas ha'Dam, at which point the parts that are given to Hashem are clearly designated.
(3) For Kodshei Kodashim, Zerikas ha'Dam serves to *remove* the liability of Me'ilah (from parts of the animal), while for Kodshim Kalim, Zerikas ha'Dam serves to make Me'ilah *take effect* (on parts of the animal).
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