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Should he poll after one of the sacrifices and this be found invalid,
his polling is invalid and his sacrifices do not count: [thus] should he
poll after the sin-offering, which was not offered as such, and then
offer the other sacrifices under their correct designations, his polling
is invalid and [none of] his sacrifices counts for him. [Similarly],
should he poll after the burnt-offering or the peace-offering, which
have not been offered as such, and then offer the other sacrifices under
their correct designation, his polling is invalid and [none of] his
sacrifices counts for him. R. Simeon said: that particular sacrifice
does not count, but his other sacrifices do count.
If [a Nazirite] on whose behalf one kind of blood has been sprinkled becomes unclean, R. Eliezer said everything is rendered void, whilst the Sages said: He is to bring his remaining sacrifices after purification. They said to [R. Eliezer]: it is related of Miriam of Tarmod that one kind of blood was sprinkled on her behalf when she was told that her daughter was dangerously ill. She went and found her dead, and the Sages told her to offer her remaining sacrifices after purification.
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