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Remez is much more interesting when you can find a feature that has a low probability of happening by chance. Before asking for the significance, you should look at the probability that this would happen in a random similar text. In other words, we want to define what you find to be "interesting", generate random data similar to what we find in the Chumash,...


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In this day and age a person may have the tradition passed down to him that he is a Levi but we cannot be 100% certain if it is fact. There are indeed halachic rulings that acknowledge the difficulty in proving whether someone is a Levi: ma'aser rishon (the first tithe) should be given to a Levi - but since nobody can prove beyond doubt that they are a ...


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Mishna Ketubot 2:10 אלו נאמנין להעיד בגודלן, מה שראו בקוטנן: נאמן אדם לומר, זה כתב ידו של אבא, וזה כתב ידו של רבי, וזה כתב ידו של אחי.... ושהיה איש פלוני יוצא מבית הספר לטבול לתרומתו...‏ These are trusted to testify as an adult what they saw as a child: a person is trusted to say this is my father's handwriting, and this is my teacher's ...


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According to this answer, the reason to have a Levi washing the Kohen's hand is because there is some sort of tosefes Kedusha when washed by a Levi. As long as the person washing is a Levi, there would be no need for other Leviim to bother joining in. (This is to disprove any claim that there is a minhag or obligation for the Levitte to wash the Kohen's ...


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