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Ki Tavo

  
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 27:3
27:3 When you then cross over, you shall write on them all the words of this Torah. In this manner you shall come to the land that God your Lord is giving you, the land flowing with milk and honey that God, Lord of your fathers, promised you.
Vechatavta aleyhen et-kol-divrey hatorah hazot be'ovrecha lema'an asher tavo el-ha'arets asher-Adonay Eloheycha noten lecha erets zavat chalav udevash ka'asher diber Adonay Elohey-avoteycha lach.



Commentary:

words
  (Ramban). Some say that it was a synopsis, or parts of Deuteronomy (Abarbanel). Or, 'commandments' (Saadia; Ibn Ezra; cf. 4:13). See Joshua 8:32.





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