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  • The uncircumcised male, whose foreskin has not been circumcised -- that person must be cut off from his people: he has broken my covenant.' (Genesis 17, 14)

  • But their bows were broken by a mighty One, the sinews of their arms were snapped by the power of the Mighty One of Jacob, by the Name of the Stone of Israel, (Genesis 49, 24)

  • The earthenware vessel in which the meat is cooked must be broken; if a bronze vessel has been used for the cooking, it must be scrubbed and thoroughly rinsed with water. (Leviticus 6, 21)

  • If the creature falls into an earthenware vessel, the vessel must be broken; whatever the vessel contains is unclean. (Leviticus 11, 33)

  • the priest will then examine it. If he finds a whitening of the hair or a visible depression of the mark on the skin, a contagious disease has broken out in the burn. The priest will declare the sick person unclean: this is a contagious skin-disease. (Leviticus 13, 25)

  • the priest will examine them. If he finds that the spots are of a dull white, this is a rash that has broken out on the skin: the sick person is clean. (Leviticus 13, 39)

  • If, however, a reddish-white sore appears on scalp or forehead, a contagious skin-disease has broken out on the scalp or forehead. (Leviticus 13, 42)

  • "The earthenware vessel he touches must be broken and any wooden utensil must be rinsed. (Leviticus 15, 12)

  • broken limb for broken limb, eye for eye, tooth for tooth. As the injury inflicted, so will be the injury suffered. (Leviticus 24, 20)

  • 'When camp is broken, Aaron and his sons must come and take down the screening curtain, and cover the ark of the Testimony with it. (Numbers 4, 5)

  • In the daytime, Yahweh's cloud was over them, once they had broken camp. (Numbers 10, 34)

  • So the place was called Taberah, because the fire of Yahweh had broken out among them. (Numbers 11, 3)


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