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1. There is a dispute about the punishment of the daughter of a Kohen, who is the wife of a Yisrael, who eats Terumah.
2. The Gemara differentiates between deriving personal benefit from used Shemen ha'Mishchah and from used Terumah oil.
3. There is a dispute about a person who offers a Korban Chatas but says that he does not want it to atone for his sin.
4. The Mishnah discusses various forms of miscarriage and whether they obligate a woman to offer the Korbanos brought after birth.
5. A Kena'anis maidservant who gives birth or has a miscarriage is obligated to offer the Korbanos brought after birth.
A BIT MORE
1. Rebbi Meir: She must pay the principal but does not pay the added fifth that only a non-Kohen must add. If she marries a man whom she is forbidden to marry, she must pay the fifth as well. Chachamim: Even in the latter case, she does not pay the added fifth.
2. While a person anointed with Shemen ha'Mishchah may not take the oil on his head and use it for personal use, a Yisrael may take Terumah oil that was already used as ointment by a Kohen and use it as ointment on himself. This is because the verse implies that Shemen ha'Mishchah always remains Shemen ha'Mishchah, while Terumah oil can become Chulin.
3. Abaye says that he indeed does not achieve atonement for his sin with this Korban. Rava originally said that the atonement is valid, but then he retracted.
4. There are three categories: Those who offer the Korbanos and their Korbanos are eaten, those who must offer the Korbanos but they are not eaten, and those who offer no Korbanos.
5. The Gemara derives this from the extra verse, "a woman."
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