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Is there a website or book that can tell me all the places in Shas where a certain pasuk is mentioned or referenced?

(Preferably website, and preferably can show places in Midrash, too.)

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Toldos Aharon and Torah T'mimah come to mind. See also this article by LazerA. –  Fred May 19 at 21:46
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It's probably vastly incomplete (especially for links to resources other than the Talmud Bavli), but the Hebrew Wikisource has for every verse a page with links to other places in Wikisource that mention the verse (and link back to it's page). For an example, see the page for Devarim 33:4. –  Tamir Evan May 20 at 15:06
    
The Art Scroll gemaras have indexes in the back for that particular volume. It has long been my hope that Art Scroll would combine their indexes into a separate volume. –  Bruce James May 20 at 16:01

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I think the most complete indexing book of that kind is תורה הכתובה והמסורה by אהרן הימן. It's published by דביר in three volumes.

It goes through the whole Bible verse by verse, giving for each verse a list of locations in Talmud and Midrash where the verse is mentioned in some way.

It's available on HebrewBooks: vol 1 (torah) vol 2 (nevi'im) vol 3 (ketuvim)

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Other answers have offered modern, more complete resources. I'll stick to basics: many, many traditional prints of Chumash and of Nach include something called Tol'dos Aharon, which lists, for each phrase, every citation of that phrase in Bavli and a few other sources. Or almost every. (And if I'm not mistaken, it doesn't count duplicates: if the same passage of g'mara appears in two places, TA will point to one of them.)

Note when reading TA that a colon after a page number indicates the flip side; a period, the obverse.

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Andrew Greene compiled this index using digital copies of Tanakh and Bavli from Mechon Mamre and a script or program that he wrote. He explains:

Each chapter which has at least one citation in the Bavli is listed in order. Each masechta is only named once, followed by a list of daphim.

So this lists it by chapter, not by individual verse; the latter would likely be pretty unwieldy. This index is 14 pages, which, printed double-sided, tucks easily into a book or notebook. (If you print it 2-up it'll of course be even more compact, but that gets pretty small.)

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I tried to lure Andrew here so he could answer himself, but he sent me the link instead. –  Monica Cellio May 20 at 2:24
    
I was hoping for something I could search, but this is pretty handy. –  Shmuel May 20 at 4:09

I think HaMafteach has a complete index of verses.

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Welcome to Mi Yodeya. In the future you might want to summarize a bit more about the sources you provide links to. HaMafteach is a recent attempt to index by subject the Babylonian Talmud. I bought it and was very disappointed, for one reason because it lacks the very index the OP is looking for, and also because it misses many lengthy discussions in the Talmud that should have shown up in the index and do not. This, I suspect, is the major reason why Feldheim did not publish the Hebrew-only version that was promised. I think they discontinued HaMafteach, too. –  Bruce James May 20 at 20:16
    
My mistake. I had heard good things about it, but I guess it wasn't as great as I'd heard. –  selfagency May 20 at 20:29

The Bar Ilan Responsa program (on CD\USB, but not the website) links all pesukim to nearly all of Safrut Chazal: Medrashim, Bavli, Yerushalmi, Tosefta, and more.

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I found a refernce to WebShas that may be useful. You would have to check what the links and search actually do as I have not tested it.

Using google I found an ad for the Bar Ilan discs which says that it includes a concordance. If this is what you have, then it should already be in your system.

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