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1)

What does "Kol" incorporate?

1.

Rashi: "Kol" incorporates any food.

2)

What exactly, does "Yikdash" mean?

1.

Rashi: It means that it if a food absorbs the taste of the Chatas (e.g. one of them is hot), it must be eaten with all the stringencies of the Chatas. 1


1

Refer to 6:11:2:1***.

3)

How much of the garment must be laundered in the Azarah?

1.

Rashi: The section of the garment on which the blood of the Chatas fell must be washed in the Azarah. 1


1

Lest it need to be burned when the blood becomes Nosar (Rashbam).

4)

Why does the Torah command "Techabes b'Makom Kadosh"?

1.

Ramban: That taking the blood of a Chatas out of the Azarah is prohibited just as it was before it was sprinkled.

5)

Why does it say "Asher Yazeh mi'Damah"?

1.

Moshav Zekenim: It must be laundered only if the blood was proper for Haza'ah. This excludes 1 what splashed from the animal's neck or after Zerikah, i.e. blood splashed from the corner, or Shirayim.


1

It is clear from Zevachim 93a that the text of Moshav Zekenim should say "v'Lo she'Nitaz

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