Anecdotes involving Rav and Shemuel

Ruling like Rav against Shemuel, in all but three cases: Menachot 41b
Set of joint-statements with Rav on blood-letting: Shabbat 129a-b
Rav was called to the Torah for the first reading, which normally goes to a Kohen, even if Shemuel was present: Megillah 22a
Rav always had Shemuel enter before him, to show respect to Shemuel: Megillah 22a
Shemuel challenging Rav's students on something that Rav had taught them: Kiddushin 25b
Shemuel called Rav by his real name, "Abba": Eruvin 78a, 94a; Pesachim 119b; Taanit 4b
Shemuel having Rav teach him a Law 40 times: Ketuvot 22b
Shemuel sent Karna to test Rav: Shabbat 108a
Shemuel fed Rav food to loosen his stuck bowels: Shabbat 108a
Rav cursed him for causing him pain, that he shouldn't have sons: Shabbat 108a
Shemuel and Rav lived by a yard around which all of the residents had merged, to permit transport in the yard on Shabbat. The wall separating their yard from another yard collapsed on Shabbat. Shemuel held there was no need to fix it, but he did so for the sake of privacy. Rav held one couldn't carry the item needed to fix the wall, and he turned his back on the proceedings, but he didn't protest as it was Shemuel's place: Eruvin 94a
Shemuel tore 13 garments when Rav's death was mentioned, saying, "The man I was afraid of is gone.": Moed Katan 24a
Rav cited a law, and said he did not know the reason; "it is a Gemara [tradition]." Shemuel responded, "Abba does not know the reason? This is the reason...": Eruvin 78a
Rav Chiyya bar Yosef asked Shemuel regarding a certain debate, "Does the law follow you, or does it follow Rav?" Shemuel responded that the law follows Rav: Eruvin 90b
Shemuel rejects a Talmud-text-changing answer of Rav: Eruvin 94b

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