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1)

What are the implications of "min ha'Eish"?

1.

Rashi: It implies that the Kohanim may only eat Kodshei Kodshim after the Emurim have been placed on the Mizbe'ach to burn.

2)

What does "Kol Korbanam" refer to?

1.

Rashi: It refers to the Zivchei Shalmei Tzibur that the Tzibur brings on Shavu'os.

2.

Menachos 73a: Refer to 18:9:3:1.

3)

What do the four times it says "Kol" in the Pasuk come to include?

1.

Menachos, 73a: "Kol Korbanam", comes to include 1 the leftovers of the Log of oil of the Metzora, "Kol Minchasam" - the Minchas ha'Omer and the Minchas Kena'os of a Sotah, "Kol Chatasam" - Chatas ha'Of - "Kol Ashamam" - the Asham Nazir.


1

See Torah Temimah as to why the Torah finds it necessary to include them.

4)

What does "asher Yashivu Li" come to include?

1.

Rashi: It comes to include Gezel ha'Ger. 1


1

In a case that the Ger died and did not leave behind any heirs.

5)

Why does the Torah add "L'cha hu u'le'Vanecha"?

1.

Torah Temimah (citing Menachos, 73a): To teach us that the Matnos Kehunah belong to the Kohen, and that he is therefore permitted to betroth a woman with them.

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