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 30:10
30:9 However, if the men in her life obstruct her on the day they hear about it, they can annul her vows and self-imposed verbal obligations, and God will forgive her.
Ve'im beyom shmoa ishah yani otah vehefer et-nidrah asher aleyha ve'et mivta sfateyha asher asrah al-nafshah v'Adonay yislach-lah.
30:10 The vow of a widow or divorcee must be kept, no matter what obligation she takes upon herself.
Veneder almanah ugrushah kol asher-asrah al-nafshah yakum aleyha.






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