may ruin overtake them by surprise—(A)
    may the net they hid entangle them,
    may they fall into the pit,(B) to their ruin.

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15 Let death take my enemies by surprise;(A)
    let them go down alive to the realm of the dead,(B)
    for evil finds lodging among them.

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But your many enemies will become like fine dust,(A)
    the ruthless(B) hordes like blown chaff.(C)
Suddenly,(D) in an instant,

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Both of these will overtake you
    in a moment,(A) on a single day:
    loss of children(B) and widowhood.(C)
They will come upon you in full measure,
    in spite of your many sorceries(D)
    and all your potent spells.(E)

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11 Disaster(A) will come upon you,
    and you will not know how to conjure it away.
A calamity will fall upon you
    that you cannot ward off with a ransom;
a catastrophe you cannot foresee
    will suddenly(B) come upon you.

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