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Nedarim 56: Inside/Outside

3 mishnayot: When one swears off a house – going into the attic of a house may or not be included in that vow, as prohibited (a dispute between R. Meir and the sages). Also, one who swears off a bed, which may or may not include a “dargash.” Plus, defining “dargash.” Also, swearing off entrance to a city – which includes its environs, apparently, while the inside/outside of a house are more specific to the doorjamb.

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