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1. One gives wool to a dyer and he dyes it the wrong color. According to Rebbi Meir, the dyer may pay for the value of the wool and keep the dyed wool for himself.
2. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that the dyer must return the dyed wool, and the owner pays him his expenses or the appreciation of the wool, whichever is less.
3. When a dispute in one Mishnah is followed by a Stam Mishnah, the Halachah follows the Stam Mishnah.
4. According to the Tana Kama, one may not say to his friend on Shabbos, "Let us see if you will stand with me in the evening." Rebbi Yehoshua ben Korchah disagrees.
5. If someone received a Halachic decision from a Chacham, he may not go to a different Chacham in an attempt to receive a more lenient ruling.
6. Even if an Am ha'Aretz or a Gazlan repents, he is not trusted for Terumah or Ma'aser, according to Rebbi Meir. Rebbi Yehudah, Rebbi Shimon, and Rebbi Yehoshua ben Korchah disagree.
7. Rebbi Yehoshua ben Korchah maintains that three days prior to and after the religious holidays of Nochrim, one is forbidden to engage in commerce with the worshippers of Avodah Zarah.
8. Shmuel maintains that in Chutz l'Aretz, one is forbidden from engaging in commerce with the worshippers of Avodah Zarah only on the religious holiday itself.
9. Nachum ha'Madai maintains that one is permitted to sell an old male horse to a Nochri for use in battle.
10. According to Rebbi Eliezer, a person should request his needs before he prays Shemoneh Esreh. Rebbi Yehoshua maintains that the reverse is true.
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1. Rebbi Meir maintains that since the dyer defied the instructions of the owner, he is a Gazlan and is Koneh the wool with a Shinuy. Therefore, he may keep the dyed wool even though it is now worth more than when he received it.
2. Rebbi Yehudah maintains that the dyer may not keep the dyed wool. If he does, he is profiting as a result of defying the instructions of the owner.
3. However, that is true only in one Mesechta. Mishnayos in two different Mesechtos are not listed in any particular order.
4. Since his intent is that his friend will do Melachah for him after Shabbos, it is forbidden to mention it on Shabbos, because a person may not discuss on Shabbos the work that he plans to do after Shabbos. Rebbi Yehoshua ben Korchah maintains that it is permitted, because he is not mentioning the work explicitly; he merely implies it.
5. If two Chachamim ruled on the decision originally and they reached dissenting conclusions, he shall follow the opinion of the greater Chacham. If they are of equal stature, he shall follow the stringent opinion. Rebbi Yehoshua ben Korchah maintains that if the ruling involves a Torah law, he shall follow the stringent ruling, but if it is a Din d'Rabanan, he shall follow the lenient ruling.
6. According to Rebbi Yehudah, if he did Teshuvah publicly, his Teshuvah is accepted and he are trusted for Terumah amd Ma'aser. According to the second version of Rebbi Yehudah, if his transgressions were committed in private, his Teshuvah is accepted, but otherwise it is not accepted. Rebbi Shimon and Rebbi Yehoshua ben Korchah maintain that in all cases his Teshuvah is accepted.
7. Shmuel says that Sunday is regarded as a religious holiday. Therefore, the entire week is forbidden according to Rebbi Yishmael.
8. The Nochrim in Chutz la'Aretz are not as attached to Avodah Zarah as the Nochrim in Eretz Yisrael. Therefore, only on the holiday itself is it forbidden.
9. One may not sell large animals to a Nochri because of a Gezeirah that one may lend or rent an animal to a Nochri and he will do Melachah with it on Shabbos, which is forbidden since the animal still belongs to the Jew. According to Nachum ha'Madai, one is permitted to sell an old male animal for use in battle since it is not common for a Nochri to buy such an animal for use in battle. Therefore, the Gezeirah does not apply, since no one will infer from this sale that one may sell other large animals to a Nochri.
10. The Chachamim disagree with both of them. They maintain that a person should express his needs in the blessing of Shome'a Tefilah.
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