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A person who may be in life-threatening danger if they fast is allowed to eat and drink. Depending on the severity, it may be totally permissible, or only in "shiurim", or measurements. The minimum amount of water that is considered forbidden drinking on Yom Kippur is the amount that fits in one cheekful (k'm'lo lugmav) [around 1.5 fl. oz. (44 ml)]. People ...
I don't think the Magen Avraham says that. It looks like 193 discusses a more complex case of people leaving small groups and the remainder reassembling etc. Shulchan Aruch 195:1 simply says that if groups of people are eating in the same house or even two different houses, if some of the people at each table can see each other then they can combine for ...
Yalkut Yosef 1:373:15 says that one may feed fish in his fishtank on Shabbos. מותר ליתן אוכל לדגים שבאקווריום בשבת Rabbi Chaim Tabasky also says it is permitted. This is only permitted for pet fish. One may not feed fish in a lake or ocean on Shabbos as they are not his responsibility. OU.org - Feeding the fish
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