Audio by Dr. Michael Sokolow

Mishnah Tevul Yom 2:6: Regarding a barrel [containing terumah wine] which sank into a cistern of [chullin] wine, and a tevul yom touched it, if [he touched the wine in the barrel] from the rim and inwards, it is considered connected [i.e. all the wine in the barrel is impure]; if from the rim and outwards, it is not considered connected [i.e. it is all pure]. Rabbi Yohanan ben Nuri says: even if he touched [the wine] opposite the mouth of the barrel, above it [at a distance] the height of a person, it is considered a connection.

חבית ששקעה לתוך בור של יין ונגע בו טבול יום, משפה ולפנים, חבור. מן השפה ולחוץ, אינו חבור. רבי יוחנן בן נורי אומר, אפלו על גבה רום קומה ונגע כנגד פיה, חבור:

Mishnah Tevul Yom 2:7: Regarding a barrel which was pierced, whether at its mouth, its bottom, or its sides, if a tevul yom touched it, it is impure. Rabbi Yehuda says: if [it was pierced] at its mouth or its bottom is it impure; but if on its sides, from this side or that, it is pure. If one pours [terumah liquids] from vessel to vessel, and a tevul yom touched the stream [of liquid], if it [i.e. the lower vessel] contains [a sufficient amount of liquid], it [i.e. the part of the stream which the tevul yom rendered impure] is nullified at one-hundred to one.

חבית שנקבה בין מפיה בין משוליה בין מצדיה ונגע בו טבול יום, טמאה. רבי יהודה אומר, מפיה ומשוליה, טמאה. מן הצדדין, מכאן ומכאן, טהורה. המערה מכלי לכלי ונגע טבול יום בקלוח, אם יש בו, יעלה באחת ומאה:

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