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  • and on the seventh day he shall examine it. If the spot has not increased, and the hair has kept its color, and the place of the mark is equal with the rest of the flesh, (Leviticus 13, 32)

  • But if, after his cleansing, the spot will have increased again in the skin, (Leviticus 13, 35)

  • Furthermore, if the spot has not increased, and the hair is black, let him know that the man is healed: and let him confidently pronounce him clean. (Leviticus 13, 37)

  • But if he will have seen that it has not increased, (Leviticus 13, 53)

  • And when he will have seen that the former appearance has not returned, even if the leprosy has not increased, he shall judge it to be unclean, and he shall burn it with fire, for the leprosy has been infused in the exterior of the garment, or throughout the whole. (Leviticus 13, 55)

  • And when there arose a sedition, and the tumult increased, (Numbers 16, 42)

  • And you shall say, in the sight of the Lord your God: ‘The Syrian pursued my father, who descended into Egypt, and he sojourned there in a very small number, and he increased into a great and strong nation and into an innumerable multitude. (Deuteronomy 26, 5)

  • Therefore, with all the people shouting, and the trumpets blaring, after the voice and the sound increased in the ears of the multitude, the walls promptly fell to ruin. And each one climbed up at the place which was opposite where he was. And they seized the city. (Joshua 6, 20)

  • And they increased every day. And with a strong hand they overpowered Jabin, the king of Canaan, until they wiped him out. (Judges 4, 24)

  • Therefore, Jehoshaphat increased and was magnified, even on high. And in Judah, he built houses in the likeness of towers, and walled cities. (2 Chronicles 17, 12)

  • And I said: “My God, I am confounded and ashamed to lift up my face to you. For our iniquities have been multiplied over our heads, and our offenses have increased, even up to heaven, (Ezra 9, 6)

  • And also, the Lord conferred upon her a splendor. For all this dressing up did not proceed from sensuality, but from virtue. And therefore, the Lord increased this, her beauty, so that she appeared with incomparable honor before the eyes of all. (Judith 10, 4)

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