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  • I claim nothing for myself! Only what the young men have eaten and the share that is due to Aner, Eshcol and Mamre, the men who came with me." (Genesis 14, 24)

  • and she said to Abraham, "Send this slave girl and her son away; the child of this slave must not share the inheritance with my son, Isaac." (Genesis 21, 10)

  • Then Rachel and Leah replied, "Have we still any share in the inheritance of our father's estate? (Genesis 31, 14)

  • He was served separately and so were they, and the Egyptians as well, for the Egyptians cannot share a meal with Hebrews; for the Egyptians this would be a shame. (Genesis 43, 32)

  • Let me not share their counsel! Let my heart keep far from their company, for in anger they killed men, and hamstrung oxen at their pleasure. (Genesis 49, 6)

  • Then Jethro brought a burnt offering and other sacrifices to offer to God; and Aaron came with all the elders of Israel to share this meal with Moses' father-in-law in the presence of God. (Exodus 18, 12)

  • When a man's ox injures the ox of his neighbor and it dies, they will sell the live ox and share both the money and the meat of the dead animal. (Exodus 21, 35)

  • Do not delay in giving me my share of your wheat and your wine. You shall give to me the firstborn of your sons. (Exodus 22, 28)

  • The remainder of the grain offering belongs to Aaron and his sons; this is a most holy share for it comes from the burnt offerings of Yahweh. (Leviticus 2, 3)

  • The remainder of the grain offering belongs to Aaron and his sons; this is a most holy share of Yahweh's burnt offering. (Leviticus 2, 10)

  • The share I give them of my burnt offering must not be baked with yeast. It is most holy, like the sacrifice for sin and the sacrifice of repayment. (Leviticus 6, 10)

  • The right hind leg shall be the share of the son of Aaron who offers the blood and fat of the peace offering. (Leviticus 7, 33)

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