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Mishnah, Parah, 7.5


nanOne who is drawing water for his own use and for the mixture of the hatat, he must draw for himself first and fasten [the bucket] to the carrying pole and then he can draw the water for the hatat. If he drew first the water for the hatat and then he drew the water for himself, it is invalid. He must put his own behind him and that for the hatat before him, and if he put that for the hatat behind him it is invalid. If both were for the hatat, he may put one before him and one behind him and both are valid, since it is impossible to do otherwise."


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corpse impurity Neusner (2001) 306
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nega impurity,outside cult' Neusner (2001) 306
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purification,corpse-impurity Neusner (2001) 306
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