In the rulings, the words of the RIL were cited on the basis of what is not said, there are none like us in the Yok, because there are no like us, it is intended to complete a hundred blessings on Shabbat and in the Yok, at the very least, they say many praises, and it means that they go out with it, but the Mishnab itself in the Mkoa apparently contradicted his words, i.e. S. Mo. Skid, from all of his words there it is proven that what is not a complete blessing does not die with it, and also in Gm. Damari, complementing with a piri means that the RA completes with a praise only without a blessing that has a name and a kingdom, because in the completion of a piri there is a tiraha that one has to make a completion several times In order to complete all that is missing from the century and he cannot complete everything in the PA and he also needs to bring fruit to that end, this means that no praise is dismissed, and also to the Meng some of the first who say there are no such as us every day of Tsa if the words of the Maharil are true and so is the Meng The gain is to say every day, and perhaps the Maharil only said to Ravaha Damilta because they would have died every day because they did not say a hundred blessings as was brought up in column C. Mo in the name of Rav Netrunai Gaon, therefore because of the danger to Ravaha Damilta buy words of praise but not that he was fired Congratulations indeed, and if the words are sincere, it will also be explained to the PZ that there is no contradiction in the 20th century, and the Bible in this.
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