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comment When you're trapped by someone Davening behind you
Sounds familiar. The Taz is a lone opinion as well, but used beshaas hadechak.
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comment Can one use a water butt(s) as a keli mikvah?
@DoubleAA, I would think netila would either need a keli, a mikve mayim (some are lenient that it just has to have enough to cover the hands) that isn't zochalin or a mayan. I wouldn't think a flowing faucet qualifies for that part.
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comment Amira Lakum: say you can't say?
@yehuda True, shutting it off is not benefiting from the guf hamelacha. Turning it on is more problematic, but, as you implied, if a person gets sick from the heat, he is a choleh and may ask directly.
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comment Making mistakes in shemone esri
How are you distinguishing a shatz from anyone davening a private tefilla who makes a mistake? Are you asking if we replace the shatz?
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answered When you're trapped by someone Davening behind you