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so the priest is to examine the raw flesh 1 and pronounce him unclean 2 – it is diseased.
but the flesh and the hide he completely burned up 1 outside the camp. 2
They will eat the meat the same night; 1 they will eat it roasted over the fire with bread made without yeast 2 and with bitter herbs.
If, however, 1 the raw flesh once again turns white, 2 then he must come to the priest.
They say, 1 ‘The time is not near to build houses; 2 the city 3 is a cooking pot 4 and we are the meat in it.’
Pile up the bones, kindle the fire; cook the meat well, mix in the spices, let the bones be charred.
Pairs 1 of all creatures 2 that have the breath of life came into the ark to Noah.
The bad-looking, thin cows ate the seven fine-looking, fat cows. Then Pharaoh woke up.
It must be eaten in one house; you must not bring any of the meat outside the house, and you must not break a bone of it.
for the life of every living thing 1 is in the blood. 2 So I myself have assigned it to you 3 on the altar to make atonement for your lives, for the blood makes atonement by means of the life. 4
But while the meat was still between their teeth, before they chewed it, 1 the anger of the Lord burned against the people, and the Lord struck the people with a very great plague.
However, by no means eat the blood, for the blood is life itself 1 – you must not eat the life with the meat!
You must offer your burnt offerings, both meat and blood, on the altar of the Lord your God; the blood of your other sacrifices 1 you must pour out on his 2 altar while you eat the meat.
There must not be a scrap of yeast within your land 1 for seven days, nor can any of the meat you sacrifice on the evening of the first day remain until the next morning. 2
God’s messenger said to him, “Put the meat and unleavened bread on this rock, 1 and pour out the broth.” Gideon did as instructed. 2
Now the priests would always treat the people in the following way: 1 Whenever anyone was making a sacrifice, while the meat was boiling, the priest’s attendant would come with a three-pronged fork 2 in his hand.
A voice says, “Cry out!” Another asks, 1 “What should I cry out?” The first voice responds: 2 “All people are like grass, 3 and all their promises 4 are like the flowers in the field.
Therefore, this is what the sovereign Lord says: ‘The corpses you have dumped 1 in the midst of the city 2 are the meat, and this city 3 is the cooking pot, but I will take you out of it. 4
The Israelites said to them, “If only we had died 1 by the hand of the Lord in the land of Egypt, when we sat by 2 the pots of meat, when we ate bread to the full, 3 for you have brought us out into this desert to kill 4 this whole assembly with hunger!”
Then Moses said to Aaron and his sons, “Boil the meat at the entrance of the Meeting Tent, and there you are to eat it and the bread which is in the ordination offering basket, just as I have commanded, 1 saying, ‘Aaron and his sons are to eat it,’