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The waters of the Nile River will dry up.
    The bottom of it will be cracked and dry.
Its canals will stink.
    And the streams of Egypt will get smaller and smaller
    until they dry up.
The tall grass that grows along the river will dry up.
    So will the plants along the banks of the Nile.
Even the planted fields along the Nile will dry up.
    Everything that grows there will blow away and disappear.

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The waters of the river will dry up,(A)
    and the riverbed will be parched and dry.(B)
The canals will stink;(C)
    the streams of Egypt will dwindle and dry up.(D)
The reeds(E) and rushes will wither,(F)
    also the plants(G) along the Nile,
    at the mouth of the river.
Every sown field(H) along the Nile
    will become parched, will blow away and be no more.(I)

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