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Devarim

  
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 1:5
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1:5 Moses began to explain this law on the east bank of the Jordan, in the land of Moab, saying:
Be'ever haYarden be'erets Mo'av ho'il Moshe be'er et-hatorah hazot lemor.
1:6 God our Lord spoke to us at Horeb, saying, 'You have remained near this mountain too long.
Adonay Eloheynu diber eleynu beChorev lemor rav-lachem shevet bahar hazeh.



Commentary:

began
  (Rashi). Or, 'spoke at length' (Saadia). See note on Genesis 18:27.

land of Moab
  The former land of Moab, which had been taken by Sichon.





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