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How To Commit A Large Number Of Transgressions All At Once - Answer

There is a difference between Shabbos and stealing. Melacha on shabbos is determined by the object. Was this object cooked or detached etc. So each shiur is a distinct transgression.

Whereas with respect to stealing the transgression is the damage or harm done to the victim. Gzeilah is one of the 24 primary damages [enumerated in the first perek of Bava Kamma] and the issur is determined by the fact that damage was done to the nigzal. In our case only one act of damage was perpetrated against the victim [and it is not relevant that five prutos were stolen].

Rav Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg Shlita

P.S. If I am not mistaken there is a very interesting article in the latest Beis Yitzchak on the topic of "Ribui B'shiurim". If it was printed please tell me. I have no access to it.

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