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1 A man vowed not to drink from the water of the Tigris River. He then drank its waters from a vessel. Is his vow broken? 635
2 A man vowed not to drink from the Tigris River. He then drank its waters from a vessel." Is his vow broken? 655
3 A man vowed not to eat "meat." He then ate fish. Is his vow broken? 597
4 A man vowed not to eat unripe dates. He then ate unripe dates starting to ripen. Is his vow broken? 621
5 A man vowed not to eat of “this unripe dates” He then ate the dates after they ripened. Or he vowed not to eat unripe dates and ate ripe dates. Is his vow broken? 469
6 A man vowed not to eat of "this date-tree." He then ate of its branches or roots. Is his vow broken? 650
7 A man vowed not to eat of "this wheat foetus." The foetus then was born and grew into a ram. He then ate the ram. Is his vow broken? 489
8 A man vowed not to eat roast. He then ate roast meat/ eggplant/ carrot. What is the ruling? 628
9 A man vowed not to eat heads. He then ate a sparrow's head. Is the vow broken? 620
10 He vowed not to eat cooked food and ate cooked lentils or legumes. What is the ruling? 623
11 Is the oath violated if he swallows the flour? 571
12 A man vowed not to eat of “this flour.” He then ate the bread made from it. Is his vow broken? 573
13 A man vowed not to eat of “this wheat.” He then ate the bread made from it. Is his vow broken? 570
14 A man vowed not to eat bread. What does “bread”entail? 562
15 A man vowed not to eat ghada, ‘asha or suhur. What is meant by these? 601
 
 

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