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He didn't Pasken. He did for himself what he knew to be correct. We find in Eiruvin 63 that a learned student may check the Shechita knife for his own usage although it is seen as an honor usually given to the local Rav. The Issur of Paskenning in front of a Rebbi is even by simple Halachos which can be found in a Sefer by anyone. It is obvious that you ...


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There is a difference in meaning between לו , meaning that it (DOES) have (jointed legs) and לא meaning that it does not. So, which is it? The answer that we follow is that it goes according to the kri meaning that it DOES have it. That would make these insects permissible. The reason it is written לא is explained in Chullin 65a: (ויקרא יא, כא) אשר לא ...



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