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33若有死了掉在 瓦 器 里的,其中不拘有甚么,就不洁净 ,你们要把这瓦器打破了 。
33And every earthen vessel, whereinto any of them falleth, whatsoever is in it shall be unclean; and ye shall break it.
33 Verse 33. And every earthen vessel] Such pitchers as are

commonly used for drinking out of, and for holding liquids. M.

De la Roque observes that hair-sacks, trunks, and baskets,

covered with skin, are used among the travelling Arabs to carry

their household utensils in, which are kettles or pots, great

wooden bowls, hand-mills, and pitchers. It is very likely that

these are nearly the same with those used by the Israelites in

their journeyings in the wilderness, for the customs of these

people do not change.

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