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  • 'Very well, then,' Yahweh replied, 'whoever kills Cain will suffer a sevenfold vengeance.' So Yahweh put a mark on Cain, so that no one coming across him would kill him. (Genesis 4, 15)

  • That night they made their father drunk, and the elder slept with her father though he was unaware of her coming to bed or of her leaving. (Genesis 19, 33)

  • They made their father drunk that night too, and the younger went and slept with him, though he was unaware of her coming to bed or of her leaving. (Genesis 19, 35)

  • Looking up, Jacob saw Esau coming and with him four hundred men. He then divided the children between Leah, Rachel and the two slave-girls. (Genesis 33, 1)

  • They then sat down to eat. Looking up, they saw a group of Ishmaelites who were coming from Gilead, their camels laden with gum tragacanth, balsam and resin, which they were taking to Egypt. (Genesis 37, 25)

  • and there, coming up from the Nile, were seven cows, sleek and fat, and they began to feed among the rushes. (Genesis 41, 2)

  • And there were seven cows, fat and sleek, coming up out of the Nile, and they began to feed among the rushes. (Genesis 41, 18)

  • The seven gaunt and lean cows coming up behind them are seven years, as are the seven shrivelled ears of grain scorched by the east wind: there will be seven years of famine. (Genesis 41, 27)

  • Seven years are coming, bringing great plenty to the whole of Egypt, (Genesis 41, 29)

  • They will collect all the food produced during these good years that are coming, and store the grain under Pharaoh's authority, putting it in the towns and keeping it. (Genesis 41, 35)

  • This food will form a reserve for the country against the seven years of famine which are coming on Egypt, so that the country will not be destroyed by the famine.' (Genesis 41, 36)

  • When the people saw that Moses was a long time before coming down the mountain, they gathered round Aaron and said to him, 'Get to work, make us a god to go at our head; for that Moses, the man who brought us here from Egypt -- we do not know what has become of him.' (Exodus 32, 1)

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