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  • You shall do the same with his ass, or his garment, or anything else which your kinsman loses and you happen to find; you may not be unconcerned about them. (Deuteronomy 22, 3)

  • His mother used to make a little garment for him, which she would bring him each time she went up with her husband to offer the customary sacrifice. (1 Samuel 2, 19)

  • Amasa lay covered with blood in the middle of the highroad, and the man noticed that all the soldiers were stopping. So he removed Amasa from the road to the field and placed a garment over him, because all who came up to him were stopping. (2 Samuel 20, 12)

  • "Wearing a hairy garment," they replied, "with a leather girdle about his loins." "It is Elijah the Tishbite!" he exclaimed. (2 Kings 1, 8)

  • When Elisha saw it happen he cried out, "My father! my father! Israel's chariots and drivers!" But when he could no longer see him, Elisha gripped his own garment and tore it in two. (2 Kings 2, 12)

  • At once each took his garment, spread it under Jehu on the bare steps, blew the trumpet, and cried out, "Jehu is king!" (2 Kings 9, 13)

  • I also shook out the folds of my garment, saying, "Thus may God shake from his home and his fortune every man who fails to keep this promise, and may he thus be shaken out and emptied!" And the whole assembly answered, "Amen," and praised the LORD. Then the people did as they had promised. (Nehemiah 5, 13)

  • Though he wears out like a leather bottle, like a garment that the moth has consumed? (Job 13, 28)

  • I wore my honesty like a garment; justice was my robe and my turban. (Job 29, 14)

  • When I made the clouds its garment and thick darkness its swaddling bands? (Job 38, 9)

  • The earth is changed as is clay by the seal, and dyed as though it were a garment; (Job 38, 14)

  • Who can strip off his outer garment, or penetrate his double corselet? (Job 41, 5)

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