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 1     I,      1|     as he is not able to go forth from that Place which surrounds
 2     I,      4|  And when the Stranger went forth from his Domain to come
 3     I,      4|    of a place, when it goes forth from its place, the whole
 4     I,      4| place, the whole of it goes forth and no part of it remains
 5     I,      4|      But if half of it goes forth and half [P. 49, l.11.]
 6     I,      4|  namely), that when he went forth to come from his Domain,
 7    II,      5| repeat the thing which went forth from his mouth (and ask)
 8   III        | that pleasant thing is sent forth into their nostrils, and
 9   III        |  smell and effulgence burst forth and entered even there?
10   III,      1|   above all, they cannot go forth hence, because, howsoever
11   III,      1|   there that can bring them forth from his midst? '(This is
12   III,      6|     devious course and goes forth, not to come to the Scriptures,
13   III,      7| when it ceases (?) (it goes forth) and smells that it may
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