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 39:4
 39:5
39:5 The ephod's attached belt, [woven] together with it, was made in the same manner, [also] out of gold [thread], sky-blue, dark red and crimson wool, and twined linen. [It was thus made] as God had commanded Moses.
Vecheshev afudato asher alav mimenu hu kema'asehu zahav techelet ve'argaman vetola'at shani veshesh moshezar ka'asher tsivah Adonay et-Moshe.



Commentary:

woven together
  Two expressions. Two words in Exodus 28:8 are transposed, giving the verse a slightly different meaning.





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