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  • This is the law of animals and flying things, and of every living soul that moves in the waters or creeps upon the land, (Leviticus 11, 46)

  • But if, after this, there will appear in those places which before were immaculate, a flying and wandering leprosy, it must be burned with fire. (Leviticus 13, 57)

  • And whoever of you will remain, I will send terror into their hearts in the regions of their enemies. The sound of a flying leaf will terrify them, and so they will flee, as if from the sword. They will fall, though no one pursues. (Leviticus 26, 36)

  • And may your carcass be food for all the flying things of the air and the wild beasts of the land, and may there be no one to drive them away. (Deuteronomy 28, 26)

  • The Lord will lead over you a nation from far away, even from the furthest parts of the earth, like an eagle flying with great force, whose language you are not able to understand: (Deuteronomy 28, 49)

  • just as an eagle encourages its young to fly, and, flying above them, stretches out its wings, and takes them up, and carries them on its shoulders. (Deuteronomy 32, 11)

  • They have passed by like ships carrying fruits, just like an eagle flying to food. (Job 9, 26)

  • I know all the flying things of the air, and the beauty of the field is with me. (Psalms 49, 11)

  • before the arrow flying in the day, before the troubles that wander in the darkness, nor of invasion and the midday demon. (Psalms 90, 6)

  • Above them, the flying things of the air will dwell. From the midst of the rocks, they will utter voices. (Psalms 103, 12)

  • wild beasts and all cattle, serpents and feathered flying things, (Psalms 148, 10)

  • The neglectful hand has wrought destitution. But the hand of the steadfast prepares riches. He who advances by lies, this one feeds on the wind. For he is the same as one who runs after flying birds. (Proverbs 10, 4)

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