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For Posterity: The Nafka Mina

[This is a continuation of the post entitled "For Posterity."]

A possible nafka mina between the two ways of understanding the brachos of kiddush would be in a case where the person omitted the bracha on the wine and just said the bracha on the sanctity of the day. If we view them as one unit then he has said nothing and must repeat them both all over again. If the two brachos are two seperate entities then when he realizes his mistake he can say the bracha on the wine and that is enough.

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