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  • But if the sore is white and does not appear to be deeper than the skin around it and the hairs have not turned white, the priest is to isolate the sick person for seven days. (Leviticus 13, 4)

  • On the seventh day the priest shall again examine him. If he sees that the sore looks the same and has not spread on the skin, he shall isolate the sick person for another seven days and once more examine him on the seventh day. (Leviticus 13, 5)

  • But if the sore spreads over the skin after the sick person has been examined by the priest and declared clean, then he must present himself again to the priest. (Leviticus 13, 7)

  • then the priest must examine the sick person and, if he finds that the leprosy covers his whole body, declare the sick person clean. Since it has all turned white, he is clean. (Leviticus 13, 13)

  • The priest shall examine him and if he finds that the disease has turned white, he shall declare the sick person clean: he is clean. (Leviticus 13, 17)

  • But if on examination the priest finds neither white hair in it nor a deep spot on the skin, but it is lighter in color, he shall isolate the sick person for seven days. (Leviticus 13, 21)

  • the priest must examine this sore; and if it seems to be deeper than the surrounding skin, with the hair on it yellow and thin, he must declare the sick person unclean. It is a dreaded skin disease, that is to say, leprosy of the head or chin. (Leviticus 13, 30)

  • the sick person will shave his hair, all except the part affected with the disease, and the priest is to isolate him again for seven days. (Leviticus 13, 33)

  • He must examine the infected part on the seventh day, and if he finds that it has not spread over the skin, and that there is no spot which seems deeper than the surrounding skin, the priest shall declare the sick person clean. After washing his clothes he will be clean. (Leviticus 13, 34)

  • the priest must examine him; if he finds that it has indeed spread over the skin, this means that the sick person is unclean, and there is no need to look and see whether the hair is yellow. (Leviticus 13, 36)

  • Whereas if, so far as he can see, the disease has not spread and dark hair is beginning to grow on it, this means that the sick person is cured. He is clean, and the priest is to declare him clean. (Leviticus 13, 37)

  • the priest must examine them. If he finds them to be a dull white, it is a rash that has broken out on the skin: the sick person is clean. (Leviticus 13, 39)


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