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  • It also lists other items that must not be worn for fear of violating the prohibition, though if a person went out wearing them, he or she is not liable to bring a sin-offering.

    Ishah Hashuvah (Woman of Distinction).

  • According to Leviticus 12: 6 – 8, a woman who has just given birth waits until her period of purification has passed and then brings a sin-offering termed oleh ve-yored, or “wave-offering.”

    Kinnim (Tractate).

  • If she has the financial means she brings an animal as a sacrifice; if she is poor she offers a pair of young pigeons or turtledoves, the first serving as a burnt-offering (olah) and the second as a sin-offering (hatat).

    Kinnim (Tractate).

  • He was condemned to share the fate of his fellow-officers upon that occasion, who were doomed to death rather by denunciations from the pulpit, than the sentence either of civil or military tribunal; their blood being considered as a sort of sin-offering to take away the guilt of the land, and the fate imposed upon the Canaanites, under a special dispensation, being impiously and cruelly applied to them.

    A Legend of Montrose

  • Lucas Beaumanoir hath settled that the death of a Jewess will be a sin-offering sufficient to atone for all the amorous indulgences of the Knights Templars; and thou knowest he hath both the power and will to execute so reasonable and pious

    Ivanhoe

  • One is marked for “the LORD” and is slaughtered as a sacrifice sin-offering, literally and the other is designated “for Azazel” and is driven out into the wilderness.

    a bissel Torah - Danya Ruttenberg

  • [240] Faber contends the expression, "Unto thee shall be his (or its) desire," refers to the victim which was to be offered as a sin-offering.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • [239] The Hebrew word X+Tj#T+ (chatath,) which primarily means sin, is also frequently used for sin-offering, and is so translated in various passages of our version.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • And if thou doest not well, at the door a sin-offering is couching.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • ` If thou doest not well, a sin-offering lieth or coucheth at the door '; and the import of the address will be to this effect, ` Thou hast only to offer up a sacrifice of atonement, and then the defect of thy offering will be supplied, and the pardon of thy sin granted.'

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

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