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  • Do you want to intimidate a wind-blown leaf, do you want to pursue a dry straw? (Job 13, 25)

  • The waters of the sea will vanish, the rivers stop flowing and run dry: (Job 14, 11)

  • Below, his roots dry out and his branches are blasted above. (Job 18, 16)

  • My mouth is dry as earthenware, my tongue sticks to my jaw. You lay me down in the dust of death. (Psalms 22, 15)

  • he changed the sea into dry land, they crossed the river on foot. So let us rejoice in him, (Psalms 66, 6)

  • You released the springs and brooks, and turned primordial rivers into dry land. (Psalms 74, 15)

  • in the morning it is blossoming and growing, by evening it is withered and dry. (Psalms 90, 6)

  • the sea belongs to him, for he made it, and the dry land, moulded by his hands. (Psalms 95, 5)

  • he opened a rock, the waters gushed out, and flowed in dry ground as a river. (Psalms 105, 41)

  • For when our ancestors were being deported to Persia, the devout priests of the time took some of the fire from the altar and hid it secretly in a hole like a dry well, where they concealed it in such a way that the place was unknown to anyone. (2 Maccabees 1, 19)

  • Antiochus, having extracted eighteen hundred talents from the Temple, hurried back to Antioch; in his pride he would have undertaken to make the dry land navigable and the sea passable on foot, so high his arrogance soared. (2 Maccabees 5, 21)

  • Better a mouthful of dry bread with peace than a house filled with quarrelsome sacrifices. (Proverbs 17, 1)

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