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Video: 28 Adar II 5771 -- April 3, 2011
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“Throw It to the Dogs!”

Advanced Talmud, Pesachim Chapter 2, 22a --
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Thank you

Monday, Apr 04 2011 - כ"ט אדר ב תשע"א
Rabbi YY Jacobson
Very geshmak
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"Teimah"

Wednesday, Apr 06 2011 - ב' ניסן תשע"א
Yosef
I loved that observation about the different terms used in Tesefos for a question: 1. Af al gav. 2. Eim tomar. 3. Kashe. 4. Teima. The latter term "teima" is the strongest term for a question and objection. Is there s source for this observation? you said you learnt it as a child, from whom?
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Re: "Teimah"

Thursday, Apr 07 2011 - ג' ניסן תשע"א
Rabbi Piekarski
I most probably heard it from my father ע"ה.
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א״ת

Thursday, Apr 07 2011 - ג' ניסן תשע"א
Levi
א״ת = Asked Tosfos - easier to remember... My Rebbi taught me that one :).
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throw it to the dogs

Thursday, Apr 21 2011 - י"ז ניסן תשע"א
Yisroel
After the first shiur, where Chizkiya learned issur hanoa from \'lo yeachel\' because it is passive and is an unusual form, I wondered why one cannot suggest a simpler reason: if it is passive, that means that not only should you not eat it, but it should not be eaten by the dog, which is a form of hanoa.
However, now I understand that since throwing it to the dog is obvious, the Gemara taught us here that it is an explicit mitzva, so my reason for lo yeachel is flawed.
Thank you very much. The class is very informative and challenging. Best Gemara Rebbi I\'ve met yet!
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