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 30:15
 30:16
30:15 If her husband remains silent for the entire day, then he has [automatically] upheld any vow or obligation that she has assumed. He has upheld them simply by remaining silent on the day he heard them.
Ve'im-hacharesh yacharish lah ishah miyom el-yom vehekim et-kol-nedareyha o et-kol-esareyha asher aleyha hekim otam ki-hecherish lah beyom shom'o.
30:16 However, if he annuls them after hearing them, he removes any guilt that she may have [for violating them].
Ve'im-hafer yafer otam acharey shom'o venasa et-avonah.



Commentary:

entire day
  (Nedarim 76b; Rashi). Literally, 'from day to day.'





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