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  • The length of a single sheet is to be twenty-eight cubits, its width four cubits, all the sheets to be of the same size. (Exodus 26, 2)

  • You will make violet loops along the edge of the first sheet, at the end of the set, and do the same along the edge of the last sheet in the other set. (Exodus 26, 4)

  • You will make fifty loops on the first sheet and fifty loops along the outer edge of the sheet of the second set, the loops corresponding to one another. (Exodus 26, 5)

  • The length of a single sheet must be thirty cubits and its width four cubits, the eleven sheets to be all of the same size. (Exodus 26, 8)

  • You will make fifty loops along the edge of the first sheet, at the end of the first set, and fifty loops along the edge of the sheet of the second set. (Exodus 26, 10)

  • The length of a single sheet was twenty-eight cubits, its width four cubits, all the sheets being of the same size. (Exodus 36, 9)

  • He made violet loops along the edge of the first sheet, at the end of the set, and did the same along the edge of the last sheet in the other set. (Exodus 36, 11)

  • He made fifty loops on the first sheet and fifty loops along the outer edge of the sheet of the second set, the loops corresponding to one another. (Exodus 36, 12)

  • The length of a single sheet was thirty cubits and its width four cubits; the eleven sheets were all of the same size. (Exodus 36, 15)

  • He made fifty loops along the edge of the last sheet of the first set, and fifty loops along the edge of the sheet of the second set. (Exodus 36, 17)

  • Now, on one sheet, Jeremiah had written down the entire disaster that was to befall Babylon, that is, all these words recorded here against Babylon. (Jeremiah 51, 60)

  • Then, when you have finished reading this sheet, tie a stone to it and throw it into the middle of the Euphrates, (Jeremiah 51, 63)


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