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In the Priestly Code _minha_ is exclusively a terminus technicus for the meal-offering.
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From the _minha_ the wine is wanting, but this must be left out of the account, for Ezekiel banishes wine from the service on principle.
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The meal, of which only a handful is sprinkled upon the altar, the baked bread, and the minha altogether are theirs entirely, so also the sin and trespass offerings so frequently demanded, of which God receives only the blood and the fat and the offerer nothing at all (Ezekiel xliv.
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I too, who had also dug in the fields of Minhas Geraes, saw at once that he was right; they were diamonds.
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Examples of Minha

Example #1
But in the year 445 it came about that a Jew and a sympathiser of Ezra, Nehemiah ben Hakkelejah, cup-bearer and favourite of Artaxerxes, appeared in Judea as Persian governor.
Example #2
The principal reason, however, appears to have been, that in spite of the good-will of the king he did not enjoy the energetic support of the Persian authorities on the spot, and could not without it get the authority of the new law recognised.
Example #3
On arriving at their destination, after the difficult march through the desert, they did not spread themselves over the whole of Judah, but settled chiefly in the neighbourhood of Jerusalem.
Example #4
Lastly, it is not the CONGREGATION that sacrifices, but the prince for himself and for the PEOPLE.
Example #5
The meal-offerings are in the Priestly Code a subordinate matter, and the share that falls to the priests is here trifling compared with what they receive of the other sacrifices.
Example #6
These perquisites, however, none of them in their definite form demonstrably old, and some of them demonstrably the reverse, may be presumed to have had their analogues in the earlier period, so that they cannot be regarded absolutely as augmentation of the priestly income.