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Prepared by Rabbi N. Slifkin
1) IS A BLIND PERSON EXILED?
(a) Answer (Rava): The law by exile is learned from its context; also, the law by vows.2) EVADING A VOW1. R. Yehudah holds, "That will come with his friend into a forest" - this include anyone that can enter a forest, even a blind person;i. Therefore, "Without seeing" is not needed to include a blind person - rather, it excludes him.2. R. Meir holds, "Without knowing" - someone that could know, which excludes a blind person';i. Therefore, "Without seeing" is not needed to exclude a blind person - rather, it includes him.
(a) (Mishnah): Reuven vowed not to benefit his son-in-law, and he wants to give his daughter money. He tells her: 'This money is a gift to you, on condition that your husband has no jurisdiction over it; it is only given for you to buy food with it and to eat the food.'
(d) Question (R. Zeira): Here, Rav is as R. Meir, who says that a husband acquires everything his wife gets;3) VOWS THAT CANNOT BE ANNULLED1. Contradiction (Mishnah, which is assumed to be as R. Meir): To make a partnership in an alley (to permit carrying in it on Shabbos) one takes a barrel of wine, and says that it should be for everyone whose courtyard opens into the alley;(e) Answer #1 (Rava): R. Meir does says that a husband acquires everything his wife gets (from othes); regarding the partnership in an alley, since she acquires for them from her husband, she can acquire for others.
(a) (Mishnah): What is the case of "The vow of a widow or divorcee will stand"? If a single girl vowed to be a Nezirah after 30 days, even though she got married within the 30 days, her husband cannot annul the vow;Next daf