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  • And when he had made the camels lie down outside of the town, near a well of water, in the evening, at the time when women are accustomed to go out to draw water, he said: (Genesis 24, 11)

  • Behold, I stand near the fountain of water, and the daughters of the inhabitants of this city will go forth to draw water. (Genesis 24, 13)

  • And after he drank, she added, “In fact, I will draw water for your camels also, until they all drink.” (Genesis 24, 19)

  • And pouring out the pitcher into the troughs, she ran back to the well to draw water; and having drawn, she gave it to all the camels. (Genesis 24, 20)

  • behold, I stand next to the well of water, and the virgin, who will go forth to draw water, will hear from me, “Give me a little water to drink from your pitcher.” (Genesis 24, 43)

  • And she will say to me, “You drink, and I will also draw for your camels.” Let the same be the woman, whom the Lord has prepared for the son of my lord.’ (Genesis 24, 44)

  • Now there was a priest of Midian with seven daughters, who came to draw water. And having filled the troughs, they desired to water their father’s flocks. (Exodus 2, 16)

  • he said to them, “Be prepared on the third day, and do not draw near to your wives.” (Exodus 19, 15)

  • And you shall draw the tunic tight with fine linen, and you shall make a headdress of fine linen, and a wide belt, wrought with embroidery. (Exodus 28, 39)

  • you shall clothe Aaron in his vestments, that is, with the linen, and the tunic, and the ephod, and the breastplate, which you shall draw together with the wide belt. (Exodus 29, 5)

  • and they shall cover it further with a veil of violet skins, and they shall extend over it a cloth made entirely of hyacinth, and they shall draw in the bars. (Numbers 4, 6)

  • And they shall extend over it a cloth of scarlet, which they shall further cover with a veil of violet skins, and they shall draw in the bars. (Numbers 4, 8)

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