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Why does the Torah write "Yechabes es Begadav" twice (by Shochev and by Ochel) and not by someone who enters the house S'tam?

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Rashi: From the fact that the Torah does not mention Kibus Begadim by someone who enters the room S'tam, and by someone who eats there he does, we learn that whoever enters the room and eats a Shi'ur K'del Achilas P'ras 1 is Tamei together the clothes that he is wearing; and the fact that it mentions someone who lies there teaches us that he too is Tamei together with the clothes that he is wearing clothes if he remains there a Shi'ur K'del Achilas P'ras. And since the Torah writes "Yechabes" twice, we learn that anyone who enters the room and remains there a Shi'ur K'del Achilas P'ras is Tamei together with the clothes that he is wearing.


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The time it takes to eat four k'Beitzim (Sifsei Chachamim).

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