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  1. 1. Canst thou draw out
    H4900
    leviathan
    H3882
    with an hook?
    H2443
    or his tongue
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    with a cord
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    which thou lettest down?
    H8257
  2. 2. Canst thou put
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    an hook
    H100
    into his nose?
    H639
    or bore
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    his jaw
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    through with a thorn?
    H2336
  3. 3. Will he make many
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    supplications
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    unto thee? will he speak
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    soft
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    words unto thee?
  4. 4. Will he make
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    a covenant
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    with thee? wilt thou take
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    him for a servant
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    for ever?
    H5769
  5. 5. Wilt thou play
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    with him as with a bird?
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    or wilt thou bind
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    him for thy maidens?
    H5291
  6. 6. Shall the companions
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    make a banquet
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    of him? shall they part
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    him among the merchants?
    H3669
  7. 7. Canst thou fill
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    his skin
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    with barbed irons?
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    or his head
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    with fish
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    spears?
    H6767
  8. 8. Lay
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    thine hand
    H3709
    upon him, remember
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    the battle,
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    do no more.
    H3254
  9. 9. Behold, the hope
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    of him is in vain:
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    shall not one be cast down
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    even at the sight
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    of him?
  10. 10. None is so fierce
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    that dare stir him up:
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    H5782
    who then is able to stand
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    before
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    me?
  11. 11. Who hath prevented
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    me, that I should repay
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    him? whatsoever is under the whole heaven
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    is mine.
  12. 12. I will not conceal
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    his parts,
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    nor his power,
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    H1369
    nor his comely
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    proportion.
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  13. 13. Who can discover
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    the face
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    of his garment?
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    or who can come
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    to him with his double
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    bridle?
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  14. 14. Who can open
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    the doors
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    of his face?
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    his teeth
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    are terrible
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    round about.
    H5439
  15. 15. His scales
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    are
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    his
    pride,
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    shut up together
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    as with a close
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    seal.
    H2368
  16. 16. One
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    is so near
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    to another,
    H259
    that no air
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    can come
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    between them.
  17. 17. They are joined
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    one
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    to another,
    H251
    they stick together,
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    that they cannot be sundered.
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  18. 18. By his neesings
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    a light
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    doth shine,
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    and his eyes
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    are like the eyelids
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    of the morning.
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  19. 19. Out of his mouth
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    go
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    burning lamps,
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    and sparks
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    of fire
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    leap out.
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  20. 20. Out of his nostrils
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    goeth
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    smoke,
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    as out of a seething
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    pot
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    or caldron.
    H100
  21. 21. His breath
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    kindleth
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    coals,
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    and a flame
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    goeth out
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    of his mouth.
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  22. 22. In his neck
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    remaineth
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    strength,
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    and sorrow
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    is turned into joy
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    before
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    him.
  23. 23. The flakes
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    of his flesh
    H1320
    are joined together:
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    they are firm
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    in themselves; they cannot be moved.
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  24. 24. His heart
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    is as firm
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    as a stone;
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    yea, as hard
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    as a piece
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    of the nether
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    millstone.
  25. 25. When he raiseth up
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    himself, the mighty
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    are afraid:
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    by reason of breakings
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    they purify
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    themselves.
  26. 26. The sword
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    of him that layeth
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    at him cannot hold:
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    the spear,
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    the dart,
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    nor the habergeon.
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  27. 27. He esteemeth
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    iron
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    as straw,
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    and brass
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    as rotten
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    wood.
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  28. 28. The arrow
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    cannot
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    make him flee:
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    slingstones
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    are
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    turned
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    with him into stubble.
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  29. 29. Darts
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    are counted
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    as stubble:
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    he laugheth
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    at the shaking
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    of a spear.
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  30. 30. Sharp
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    stones
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    are under him: he spreadeth
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    sharp pointed things
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    upon the mire.
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  31. 31. He maketh the deep
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    to boil
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    like a pot:
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    he maketh
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    the sea
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    like a pot of ointment.
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  32. 32. He maketh a path
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    to shine
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    after
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    him; one would think
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    the deep
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    to be hoary.
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  33. 33. Upon earth
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    there is not his like,
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    who is made
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    without
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    fear.
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  34. 34. He beholdeth
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    all high
    H1364
    things: he is a king
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    over all the children
    H1121
    of pride.
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