Chapter 8. When one vows to make wine off-limits, but with a time factor – today, this week, this month, and so on – it’s off-limits until the end of that same day, week, month, and so on. But “a day,” “a week,” “a month” means for the specific length of time. Also, applying these details of time to other situations of vows – “today” vs. “one day,” for example. Plus, avoiding the language of nedarim.
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