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Hillel the Elder was asked, What is the law of the Paschal sacrifice: does it override the Sabbath? , the view of R. Yishmael that a gezera shava may be derived only from unencumbered words, from which no other exposition has been drawn (see following section); or the rule that 'a person may not derive a gezera shava on his own authority', that yPes 6:1, 33a already ascribes to the elders of Bathyra, Hillel's disputants. Cf the restrictions transmitted in the name of the Amora R. : 'A person may expound a gezera shava in support of his tradition, and he may not expound a gezera shava to contradict his tradition.

In one it is written, "The eternal God is your dwelling place Tiva" (Deut 33:27), and in two it is written, "The eternal God is your dwelling place r t t i v a " . ' See Talmon, 'Three Scrolls'; see also MekRY p50, the list of things that were written for King Ptolemy, and the discussion by Geiger, Urschrift, 282-287; Tov, Criticism, 34f. g. SifNum 98 (p97): ' " m a w ax? i n o w i And they spread them out for themselves" (Num 11:32) - R. ' Indeed, the version of the Samaritan Tora on this verse reads: n o i n w an ?

In one it is written, "The eternal God is your dwelling place Tiva" (Deut 33:27), and in two it is written, "The eternal God is your dwelling place r t t i v a " . ' See Talmon, 'Three Scrolls'; see also MekRY p50, the list of things that were written for King Ptolemy, and the discussion by Geiger, Urschrift, 282-287; Tov, Criticism, 34f. g. SifNum 98 (p97): ' " m a w ax? i n o w i And they spread them out for themselves" (Num 11:32) - R. ' Indeed, the version of the Samaritan Tora on this verse reads: n o i n w an ?

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