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Bel and the Dragon 18
As soon as the doors were opened, the king looked at the table and yelled,“You are great, Bel! There’s nothing fake about you!”
As soon as the doors were opened, the king looked at the table, and shouted in a loud voice, “You are great, O Bel, and in you there is no deceit at all!”
As soon as the doors were opened, the king looked at the table, and shouted in a loud voice, ‘You are great, O Bel, and in you there is no deceit at all!’
As soon as the doors were opened, the king looked at the table, and shouted in a loud voice, “You are great, O Bel; and with you there is no deceit, none at all.”
And anon (or at once) when they had opened the door, the king beheld the board (or he looked at the table), and he cried on high with a great (or with a loud) voice, Bel, thou art great, and no guile is at thee. [And anon when they had opened the door, the king beheld the board, and he cried with great voice, Great art thou, Bel, and no guile is with thee.]
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