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answered Universal theory of Biblical eye-raising
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comment Universal theory of Biblical eye-raising
Are you looking specifically for a plain meaning? The kasav sofer has a couple of places where he interprets these words as 'a new understanding'. But I don't know if that is what you are looking for.
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comment Ma'ariv is obligatory?
It isn't a halachic conclusion of the gemara, it is the gemara's interpretation of the aforementioned braisa. (Nor is it conclusive since there is an alternative i bais aima.)
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comment Lithuanian minhag for talis katan material
If you are referring to the yeshivos of Slabodka and Mir, I would be surprised if they had specific personal minhagim, as students congregated there from many towns.
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comment Tefilin with obstruction on hand
@DoubleAA, Siman 28: hebrewbooks.org/…
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revised Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
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comment Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
@DoubleAA, I've never been, but such an institution would not have occurred in today's scenario where most shul's share. I will edit to reflect both points.
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answered Why are different kaddishes said by different people?
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comment Tefilin with obstruction on hand
Gabi, I don't think that is a proof. All the TMY is saying is that it is not a hefsek, but it isn't a requirement. I can theoretically wrap a handkerchief above the knot to hold it in place. In that case, putting on the handkerchief on is not a hefsek (nor is it a requirement) and the wrap around the arm is unnecessary.
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comment Tefilin with obstruction on hand
all I am saying is that you cannot bring a proof from something which is not a mitzva to something which is.
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comment How does a recent bar mitzva “complete the weekly portion with the community”
@sam, judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/779/bar-mitzva-during-sfira
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
@jutky, re: a- see 5 comments ago. re:b-if the original hava amina is that this tactic does work and in all circumstances. Applying the chidush that it doesn't work to lesser cases is the ideal. But I grant that your way there is less movement between the hava amina and maskana, which is ideal as well. So what I am saying is that pashtus is the reading is like you, I just have a kashye.
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comment How does a recent bar mitzva “complete the weekly portion with the community”
@MosheY, I'm surprised that I've never heard this discussed before. I may be missing something obvious!?
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comment Can pledged cash be exchanged for other cash?
So we would reinterpret his words to mean this amount of money? Sounds like a good svara.
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comment How does a recent bar mitzva “complete the weekly portion with the community”
@DoubleAA, U-Bet
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asked How does a recent bar mitzva “complete the weekly portion with the community”
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comment Can pledged cash be exchanged for other cash?
If it parallels korbanos, that is the distinction between a neder (I promise a korban) and a nedava (This is a korban).
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
@DoubleAA, was the intent of the Rabbi to do the trick?
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comment How to fix Mamzeirim
@DoubleAA, The case I mentioned does not have a takana not to throw the get that way.