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Indeed, Shevuos 20b-21a does infer halachos from the fact that the variant texts were said in a single utterance. Zachor and Shamor: Whoever is obligated in one is obligated in both, to include women in the positive commandments of Shabbos Shav and Sheker: Either to teach that one receives lashes for either, or to teach that one must bring a Karban for ...


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Rashi Shemos 20,1 says all of the Dibrot were said at once by Hashem prior to elaboration: אֵת כָּל הַדְּבָרִים הָאֵלֶּה" - מלמד שאמר הקב"ה עשרת הדברות בדבור אחד מה שאי אפשר לאדם לומר כן א"כ מה ת"ל עוד אנכי ולא יהיה לך שחזר ופירש על כל דבור ודבור בפני עצמו "And G-d spoke all of these words"- this teaches He spoke all the words ...


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This is a concern specifically in the version of the Aseret HaDibrot in Devarim 5 (Parshat Vaetchanan), and not in the version found in Shemot 20 (Parshat Yitro). In Yitro, there is no break between the different sections of 'Do not covet'. There is also no parsha break between "I am the Lord your G-d..." (verse 2) and "You shall have no ...


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