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And he shall spatter the blood[a] seven times on the one who presents himself for cleansing from the infectious skin disease, and he shall declare him clean, and he shall send the living bird into the open field.[b] Then[c] the one who presents himself for cleansing shall wash his garments, and he shall shave off all his hair, and he shall wash himself in the water; thus[d] he shall be clean, and afterward he shall enter the camp, but[e] he shall stay outside his tent[f] for seven days. And then[g] on the seventh day he must shave off all his hair—he must shave his head and his beard and his eyebrows[h] and all the rest[i] of his hair—and he shall wash his garments, and he shall wash his body in the water; thus[j] he shall be clean.

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Footnotes

  1. Leviticus 14:7 The direct object is supplied from context in the English translation
  2. Leviticus 14:7 Literally “toward the faces of the field”
  3. Leviticus 14:8 Or “And”
  4. Leviticus 14:8 Or “and”
  5. Leviticus 14:8 Or “and”
  6. Leviticus 14:8 Literally “from an outside place of his tent”
  7. Leviticus 14:9 Literally “And it shall be”
  8. Leviticus 14:9 Literally “the rims of his eyes”
  9. Leviticus 14:9 Implied by context
  10. Leviticus 14:9 Or “and”

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