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  • So they took ashes from the oven and, in the presence of Pharaoh, Moses threw it up in the air and it brought festering boils on men and animals. (Exodus 9, 10)

  • So now let all your livestock and all that you have in the fields take shelter, because when the hail falls on all that remains in the fields, whether men or animals, they will die." (Exodus 9, 19)

  • Then Yahweh said to Moses, "Stretch out your hand towards heaven and let hail fall throughout Egypt on men and animals, and all that grows in the field." (Exodus 9, 22)

  • Throughout Egypt the hail struck everything in the fields, both men and animals. It beat down everything growing in the fields and felled every tree. (Exodus 9, 25)

  • Moses said, "Are you going to give us animals for our sacrifices and burnt offerings? (Exodus 10, 25)

  • and all the firstborn in Egypt shall die, from the firstborn of Pharaoh who is heir to the throne, to the firstborn of the servant behind the mill and the firstborn of the animals. (Exodus 11, 5)

  • On that night I shall go through Egypt and strike every firstborn in Egypt, men and animals; and I will even bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt, I, Yahweh! (Exodus 12, 12)

  • It happened that in the middle of the night Yahweh struck down all the firstborn in Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh, heir to the throne, to the firstborn of the prisoner in the dungeon and the firstborn of all the animals. (Exodus 12, 29)

  • but the seventh day is a sabbath for Yahweh your God. Do not work that day, neither you, nor your son, nor your daughter nor your servants, men or women, nor your animals, nor the stranger who is staying with you. (Exodus 20, 10)

  • If a man puts his animals to graze and lets them stray and feed in another man's field or vineyard, he must make good the loss with the best of his own crop and the best of his vineyard. (Exodus 22, 4)

  • You are to be men consecrated to my service. Do not eat flesh that has been torn by wild animals; let it be given to the dogs. (Exodus 22, 30)

  • but in the seventh you will let the land rest and lie fallow. The poor may eat what it produces and what they leave the wild animals will eat. It will be the same for your vineyard and your olive grove. (Exodus 23, 11)

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