The Mishnah uses "jug" in the first clause and "barrel" in the second.
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Mishnah, a paragraph of the Mishnah, 31.
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After this he is to repeat certain portions of the Mishnah, and something of the Zohar or some other Kabbalistic work.
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The Talmud, the Rabbinical discussion and elaboration of the Mishnah; a Talmud folio.
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It is printed in most Hebrew editions of the Mishnah.
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The Mishnah contains texts suited for all purposes.
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The Rebbe, of blessed memory, explains a bit of the Mishnah to him upside down.
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R. Johanon said: It is confused in the Scripture, confused in the Mishnah, and confused in the six orders of the Talmud.
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This was the Mishnah.
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