A case of a husband who goes overseas and a wife who wants “mezonot” while he’s gone – and the question is whether the court will award her the funds for sustenance from his estate – it’s a dispute between Rav and Shmuel, with a daf of challenges to Shmuel’s opinion. Though if he dies overseas, there’s no dispute, and she would be awarded the mezonot. Plus, a difference of approach between the judge Hanan and the Bnei Kohanim Gedolim regarding whether an oath need be taken. Plus, different kinds of vessels, as per R. Zvid, and the impurity of some, vs. the effect of glaze.
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