On the backup wife for the kohen gadol on Yom Kippur (though it is basically rejected as a plan). He can be married to two women (even though it’s an era when polygamy was still allowed) – but could he use a conditional divorce? Is that actually practical?! To what extent are they blase about conditional divorce? Also, some of the examples of where conditional divorce does not work, when the condition itself invalidates the very phenomenon of divorce. Plus, the case of aninut (sharp mourning) for the kohen gadol.
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