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  • and it took them forty days, for embalming takes forty days to complete. The Egyptians mourned him for seventy days. (Genesis 50, 3)

  • If he takes another wife, he must not reduce the food, clothing or conjugal rights of the first one. (Exodus 21, 10)

  • there will be no examining whether it is good or bad, and no substitution. If substitution takes place, the animal and its substitute will both become holy without possibility of redemption." ' (Leviticus 27, 33)

  • 'But if it happens that a man has a feud with his fellow and lies in wait for him and attacks him and fatally wounds him and he dies, and the man takes refuge in one of these towns, (Deuteronomy 19, 11)

  • Then suppose this second man who has married her takes a dislike to her and makes out a writ of divorce for her and hands it to her and dismisses her from his house or if this other man who took her as his wife dies, (Deuteronomy 24, 3)

  • Caleb then said, 'To the man who attacks and takes Kiriath-Sepher, I shall give my daughter Achsah as wife.' (Joshua 15, 16)

  • who takes me away from my enemies. You lift me high above those who attack me, you deliver me from the man of violence. (2 Samuel 22, 49)

  • But the king of Israel returned this answer, 'Say: the man who puts on his armour is not the one to boast, but the man who takes it off.' (1 Kings 20, 11)

  • The other replied, 'Certainly I do, I have been there many times; I have knowledge and experience of all the ways. I have often been to Media and stayed with Gabael one of our kinsmen who lives at Rhages in Media. It usually takes two full days to get from Ecbatana to Rhages; Rhages lies in the mountains, and Ecbatana is in the middle of the plain.' (Tobit 5, 6)

  • Like a dream that leaves no trace he takes his flight, like a vision in the night he flies away. (Job 20, 8)

  • You are not a God who takes pleasure in evil, no sinner can be your guest. (Psalms 5, 4)

  • They will be gripped with fear, where there is no need for fear, for God takes the side of the upright; (Psalms 14, 5)


“Que Jesus o mergulhe no esplendor da Sua imortal juventude.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina