27 You would even cast lots(A) for the fatherless(B)
    and barter away your friend.

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The fatherless(A) child is snatched(B) from the breast;
    the infant of the poor is seized(C) for a debt.(D)

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12 because I rescued the poor(A) who cried for help,
    and the fatherless(B) who had none to assist them.(C)

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18 defending the fatherless(A) and the oppressed,(B)
    so that mere earthly mortals
    will never again strike terror.

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Defend the weak and the fatherless;(A)
    uphold the cause of the poor(B) and the oppressed.

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Saying 11

10 Do not move an ancient boundary stone(A)
    or encroach on the fields of the fatherless,

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In you they have treated father and mother with contempt;(A) in you they have oppressed the foreigner(B) and mistreated the fatherless and the widow.(C)

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