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Menachem Mendel Wineberg

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Painting, coloring, and dyeing are all examples of tzoveya.
Combing clumps of tangled, unprocessed material is forbidden on Shabbat.
Bleaching, the av melachah of melaben, is forbidden on Shabbat.Shabbat 73a; Maimonides Hilchot Shabbat 9:10; Shulchan Aruch Harav 301:56. Some authorities maintain that the av melachah is laundering, not bleaching,Rashi and Rabbeinu Nissim to Shabbat ibid...
Shearing, the av melachah of gozez, is forbidden on Shabbat, and involves cutting or uprooting hair, nails, or anything else that grows from a person, animal, or bird. The Biblical prohibition of gozez is only transgressed if one uses an instrument meant ...
The two bright scholars spent much time conversing, and the young aristocrat particularly enjoyed hearing his friend’s ingenious Torah insights.
Cooking, the av melachah of bishul, The Mishnah (Shabbat 73a) calls this melacha “ofeh” - baking. As the Talmud explains there, this is because the first 11 melachot are presented in the order they would be done to bake bread. is forb idden on Shabbat. Al...
Kneading, the av melachah of losh, is forbidden on Shabbat. The melachah encompasses all activities which, like kneading, join small particles into one mass using liquid, and applies to both foods and non-foods. It also includes later treatment of dough, ...
Sifting, the av melachah of meraked is forbidden on Shabbat. Shabbat 73a; See Torat Hamelachot Meraked note 2, where the issue of whether meraked only applies to things that grow from the ground is discussed. Meraked is similar to the melachahs of borer a...
Selecting, the av melachah of borer, is forbidden on Shabbat,Shabbat 73a. and involves sorting (by hand or with a utensil) through a mixture to separate wanted and unwanted items. In most scenarios, it is largely irrelevant whether one separates the mixtu...
Winnowing refers to the act of removing chaff from grain, using wind to blow the lighter chaff away from the heavier kernels.
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