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Bittul: Nullification. A concept employed in various areas of Jewish law. Examples: a) Before Passover we nullify all chametz that may be in our possession. b) Depending on the circumstance, if a minute quantity (usually 1/60th) of non-kosher food is mixed into a kosher dish, it becomes nullified, and the entire dish is kosher.
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