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a hundred and three days the man was there.
until a woman in a mans robe spoke to him,
she deepened her voice so she couldn't be recognized.
she told him that he had been fooled!
his sons and his concubine has tricked him.
he was the father of the child who would be born,
and the man who is said to be the father is the brother
of your child.
he might shiver in the cold, that his father
is not with him.
she told him that his sons, have searched the camp for
and she told him that the fabrics that he warehoused were
sold to the merchantgs
from Judah, and those
peasants among the dust
has taken his camels to Arabia, and the wines to Rome.
She spoke of woman making scents with the fruits of his orchards
and taking the sesame seeds to Asia.
his cheese shall travel to the North, and Vikings shall dine from the warm ports, of his shore.
The whores from near have made his settlement their keepstake
and the whore from dust til dawn.
They have made the Evil God Baal, the creater of there relief, and baptize their children in the name of Satan.
they teach confussion to subdue their neighbors.
the man grabbed a horse and paid sixty men to fight to recover his honor
He asked them to spare his sons
for the male-whore Dram, who shall loosen them to suffer.
these men shall stand before Dram and be loosed, my children shall gain nothing for their innovactions, they shall suffer than for their
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