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Mishnah, Toharot, 8.3

nanOne who loses something during the day and finds it on the same day it remains clean. If it was lost during the daytime and found in the night, or if it was lost in the night and found during the day or if it was lost on one day and found on the next day, it is unclean. This is the general rule: if the night or part of the night has passed over it, it is unclean. One who spreads out his clothes: If in a public domain, they remain clean; But if in a private domain they are unclean. If he kept watch over them, they remain clean. If they fell down and he went to bring them, they are unclean. If one's bucket fell into the cistern of an ‘am ha-arez and he went to bring something to draw it up with, it is unclean, since it was left for a time in the domain of an am haaretz."

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bones Balberg (2014) 231
furstenberg,yair Balberg (2014) 231
people of the land Balberg (2014) 231
samaritans Balberg (2014) 198
scale disease Balberg (2014) 198
self,examination and scrutiny Balberg (2014) 231
seminal emissions Balberg (2014) 231
skin discolorations/afflictions Balberg (2014) 231
thought (mahshava),role of in purity system Balberg (2014) 231
visibility,implications of for im/purity' Balberg (2014) 231