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Bava Kama 100


(a) Rav Yosef quotes a Beraisa which explains the Pasuk in Yisro "ve'Hoda'ata Lahem es ha'Derech Asher Yeilchu Bah ve'es ha'Ma'aseh Asher Ya'asun". "ve'Hoda'ata Lahem", 'Zeh Beis Chayeihem'.
What does 'Beis Chayeihem' refer to?

(b) The Tana learns from "es ha'Derech", 'Zu Gemilus Chasadim'.
What does he learn from ...

  1. ... "Yeilchu"?
  2. ... "Bah"?
(c) And he learns from "ve'es ha'Ma'aseh", 'Zeh ha'Din'.
What does he learn from "Asher Ya'asun"?

(d) Having taught Gemilus Chasadim, why did Yisro find it necessary to add ...

  1. ... Bikur Cholim?
  2. ... Kevurah?
(a) What did Resh Lakish say to Rebbi Elazar (who was a banker - see Tosfos DH 'Achvi Dinar') when he gave him a coin to examine?

(b) Rebbi Elazar cited Resh Lakish himself who connected this with Rebbi Meir.
To which Halachah of Rebbi Meir was he referring?

(c) On what grounds did Rebbi Elazar query Resh Lakish?

(d) What did Resh Lakish reply?

(a) What does Rebbi Meir say about a Dayan who vindicates the guilty party, obligates the innocent party, declares Tamei what is Tahor or Tahor what is Tamei?

(b) This Mishnah cannot be Rebbi Meir's source for 'Diyna de'Garmi', because of Rebbi Ila'a Amar Rav's interpretation.
What did Rebbi Ila'a Amar Rav say?

(c) How does 'Nasa ve'Nasan be'Yad apply to the case of ...

  1. ... 'Zikah es ha'Chayav'?
  2. ... 'Chiyev es ha'Zakai'?
  3. ... 'Timei es ha'Tahor'?
  4. ... 'Tiher es ha'Tamei'?
(a) What does Rebbi Meir rule in the following Mishnayos ...
  1. ... later on the Daf ' ... li'Tzevo'a Lo Adom, ve'Tzav'o Shachor, Shachor, ve'Tzav'o Adom'?
  2. ... in the Mishnah in Kil'ayim 'ha'Mesachech Gafno al-Gabei Tevu'aso shel Chaveiro'?
(b) Why can neither of these Mishnayos be Rebbi Meir's source for Diyna de'Garmi'?
(a) His source for 'Diyna de'Garmi' is actually a Beraisa.
If the partition wall dividing between his vines and his neighbor's crops became breached, what does the Tana quote the latter as saying to the former (see Tosfos DH 'Omer Lo G'dor')?

(b) At which stage will both the vines and the crops become Kil'ayim?

(c) Rebbi Meir rules that if the owner of the vineyard fails to respond to the two warnings, both become forbidden.
What does he add, proving that he holds 'Diyna de'Garmi'?

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(a) Our Mishnah rules that if a dyer burns the wool that he has been given to dye, he must pay for the wool.
Why does the Tana not obligate him to pay the Sh'vach, like he does in the following case?

(b) If he succeeded in dyeing the wool, but made a poor job of it, under which circumstances does the owner pay the dyer ...

  1. ... his expenses?
  2. ... the Sh'vach (the amount that the wool increased in value due to the dyeing?
(c) Why does the dyer not pay the owner for his wool, like he did in the previous case?
(a) According to Rebbi Meir, if the owner gave the dyer the wool in order to dye it red and he dyed it black, or vice-versa, the dyer pays for the wool, as we have already learned a number of times.
Why is that?

(b) What does Rebbi Yehudah say?

(c) Seeing as Rebbi Yehudah too, agrees that Shinuy is Koneh, on what basis does he argue with Rebbi Yehudah?

8) We learned in our Mishnah that, if the dyer made a poor job of the dyeing, then he pays the lesser of the improvement of the wool and the dyer's expenses. Rav Nachman Amar Rabah bar Shmuel explains the Lashon 'Tzav'o Ka'ur' to mean Kalbus, which the latter explained as 'Kafra Dudi'.
What does 'Kufra Dudi' mean?

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