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Luke ii 34

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vi 43

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vii. 36-47

41

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viii 5-8

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ix 26

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x 30-35
xii 13-15

16-20

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xiii 1

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6-9
18
19
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24-29
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xiv 8-11

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232 234 235

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114 146
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171
110 225

9

176
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10-14

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11

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85 86 xix 7

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11-27

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172
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127
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vi 33-35

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63

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xii 32

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38-40

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xxi 21

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22

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Acts ïi 27

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ii 12
5

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vi 10

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xvi 23

239

ii 11
31

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xvjii 12

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25

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Romans vi 7

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22

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165 261||1 John iii 14
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v 13
30

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30-32

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31

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171

217

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172

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48 230

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