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In these times we never launder with water only, and we find that all laundry in these times is considered Gihutz, and is forbidden by law even for linen garments for wearing them at any time. Similarly for the honour of we wear linen garments and we arrange white [cloths] like on other Shabbatot.
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It is forbidden to give garments to the a non-jewish launderer from Rosh Chodesh onwards, but before Rosh CHodesh it is permitted to hand them over, even though the laundering will occur after Rosh Chodesh Tosefot chapter 4 of Ta-anit and Maharil. If Tisha Be'Av occurred on Sunday or on Shabbat and was delayed to after Shabbat, it is permitted for both Shabbats, whether before the fast or after wards.
There are those who say that it became the custom to forbid it for the whole week before it, with the exception of Thursday and Friday. We are accustomed to be strict from Rosh Chodesh regarding laundry, but for haircuts we are accustomed to be strict from the seventeenth. It is forbidden for Hebrews to launder the clothes of idol worshippers during this week. This is also the rule that it is forbidden to buy these. Similarly a Jewish craftsman is forbidden to make them for others, whether it is for money or if it is for free Terumat Ha-deshen, Beit Yosef[nevertheless] the custom has become to be lenient with this, but if it is known and publicized that the work is for a non Jew, it is permitted Terumat Ha-deshen.
Similarly the custom has become to give non-jewish craftsmen new items to alter during this time, inorder that they be ready after the fast, however it is good to minimise this activity where possible, as this is not prefreable from other forms of trade which we reduce.
We store away knives for slaughtering from Rosh Chodesh onwards.
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Rabeinu Yerucham, Hagehot Maymonyot as we only slaughter for the purpose of a mitzvah like for a sick person or Shabbat or a Brit Milah or a Pidyon ha-ben or things like this. In a situation where there is no infant, one is permitted to drink the wine themselves.
This assumes that it is all in one container Tur chapter Paragraph 4 - We make partnerships with all types of food. Even four or five types of food can be combined to produce the quantity of two meals. Paragraph 5 - We make partnerships with all types of food except for clovers that are hardened into seed, spices, dry beans, onion leaves that have not grown to be one zeret long, morels or mushrooms, date-berrys, lentils, wheat or barley, a vegetable that is generally cooked but is not cooked, water alone or salt alone, although if [water and salt] are mixed together, you can make a partnership with them.
There are some who say that you must put oil in. There are some who say that we do make an eruv with spices. Paragraph 6 - If something normally goes with bread, it's required amount is enough to go with the amount of bread eaten at two meals.
If something does nnot go with bread, it's required amount is enough to constitute two meals. Raw meat is does not go with bread and one needs enough to constitute two meals.
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However, cooked [meat] does go with bread, and it's required amount is two meals worth. Vinegar goes with bread, as does cooked wine, but undiluted wine does not go with bread, and its required amount is two revi'ot. This is also the required amount for other drink.
Paragraph 7 - We make a partnership with two eggs, even if they are raw, with two pomegrantes, with five peaces, with a litra of raw or cooked vegetables, with a handful of wet beans, and with a kav of forest apples. Paragraph 8 - One can make a partnership with a food that is not appropriate for him if it is appropriate for a different person. For instance, a nazirite can use wine or an Israelite truma.
Similar, someone who vows to abstain from a food or swears to not eat it can use it for a partnership. There are some who says that this is when he specifically vowed or swore not to eat, but if he vowed or swore not to benefit from it, he cannot make a partnership with it. And if he said "I take a konem from eating or benefiting from it upon myself," all agree that he cannot use it for a partnership Tur.
Paragraph 9 - If he said regarding a loaf that today it is regular but tomorrow it will be sanctified or konem [such that he will not eat it], he can use it to make a partnership, because at twilight it will not yet be totally sanctified and it was fit [to e eaten] when it was still light.