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1. One sprinkles the blood of most Korbanos only when there is either a k'Zayis of meat or fat extant.
2. An accompanying flour offering does not help to allow sprinkling of the blood when there is no meat or fat.
3. If all of Bnei Yisrael, or a majority, are Tamei due to contact with the dead, they may still bring the Korban Pesach.
4. If only a minority of Bnei Yisrael is Tamei and there are Kohanim who are Tahor, the minority that is Tamei offers a Korban Pesach on Pesach Sheni.
5. There is a dispute about the law when exactly half of Bnei Yisrael are Tahor and half are Tamei on Erev Pesach.
A BIT MORE
1. If there is half of a k'Zayis of fat and half of a k'Zayis of meat, they do not combine to permit the sprinkling of the blood. The exception to this rule is a Korban Olah, for which these two half k'Zeisim combine to permit the sprinkling of the blood.
2. Even if the entire accompanying flour offering is extant, the blood may not be sprinkled.
3. The same law applies when all of the Kohanim are Tamei, even if all of Bnei Yisrael are Tahor.
4. However, if all of the Klei Shares are Tamei, then the minority of Bnei Yisrael that is Tamei may offer the Korban Pesach on Erev Pesach.
5. Rav: This is considered a majority that is Tamei, and thus those who are Tamei therefore may offer the Korban Pesach on Erev Pesach after those who are Tahor have offered their Korbanos. Rav Kahana: This is not considered a majority that is Tamei, and therefore those who are Tamei must wait until Pesach Sheni to offer their Korbanos Pesach.
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