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Aleppo Codex: Archive.org pdf, flash version arranged by book Berlin Codex (Babylonian niqqud): Seforim Online pdf British Museum Or. 4445 (B): British Museum Cairo Codex: Wikipedia pdf, Seforim Online pdf (skewed images, includes intro) Cairo Genizah: Cambridge, Friedberg Project (partially transcribed) Damascus Codex: World Digital Library, National ...


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The Gemara (very end of Sukkah) gives a different example: the group of Kohanim called Bilgah was punished, according to one opinion, because of a single person, Miriam bas Bilgah. The Gemara asks exactly your question: why should everyone be punished for the actions of an individual? It answers: "oy l'rasha, oy l'shecheino; tov l'tzadik, tov l'shecheino," ...


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This edition of Miqra'ot Gedolot lists the following commentaries: RaSh"I says "per [each creature's] (lit. his) livelihood" Ibn 'Ezra says "what will suffice for [each creature] (lit. him)" Meẓudat David says "according to [each creature's] (lit. his) will and desires"


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Yes, the major commentator Radak says this includes animals. Not well-being, though, as you ask, but just food.


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I have a Plaut commentary, a Hertz commentary, a Fox commentary, a Catholic Bible, a Protestant bible, and a Book of Mormon (don't ask). When I go to Torah study, I use the Plaut commentary, because that's what the rest of the class uses. However, when I am at home, I usually use the internet for study. Malper made a comment that I don't understand: " . ...



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