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  • Later Raguel called his wife Edna and said, "My love, prepare the other bedroom and bring the girl there." (Tobit 7, 15)

  • She went and made the bed in the room, as she was told, and brought the girl there. After she had cried over her, she wiped away the tears and said: (Tobit 7, 16)

  • When they had finished eating and drinking, the girl's parents wanted to retire. They brought the young man out of the dining room and led him into the bedroom. (Tobit 8, 1)

  • When the girl's parents left the bedroom and closed the door behind them, Tobiah arose from bed and said to his wife, "My love, get up. Let us pray and beg our Lord to have mercy on us and to grant us deliverance." (Tobit 8, 4)

  • The maid went out and told the girl's parents that Tobiah was alive, and that there was nothing wrong. (Tobit 8, 14)

  • Then the girl who pleases the king shall reign in place of Vashti." This suggestion pleased the king, and he acted accordingly. (Esther 2, 4)

  • He was foster father to Hadassah, that is, Esther, his cousin; for she had lost both father and mother. The girl was beautifully formed and lovely to behold. On the death of her father and mother, Mordecai had taken her as his own daughter. (Esther 2, 7)

  • The girl pleased him and won his favor. So he promptly furnished her with cosmetics and provisions. Then picking out seven maids for her from the royal palace, he transferred both her and her maids to the best place in the harem. (Esther 2, 9)

  • Each girl went in turn to visit King Ahasuerus after the twelve months' preparation decreed for the women. Of this period of beautifying treatment, six months were spent with oil of myrrh, and the other six months with perfumes and cosmetics. (Esther 2, 12)

  • Then, when the girl was to visit the king, she was allowed to take with her from the harem to the royal palace whatever she chose. (Esther 2, 13)

  • With a singing girl be not familiar, lest you be caught in her wiles. (Ecclesiasticus 9, 4)

  • Though any man may be accepted as a husband, yet one girl will be more suitable than another: (Ecclesiasticus 36, 21)

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