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Bel and the Dragon 39
Daniel got up and ate, while God’s angel took Habakkuk instantly back to his own place.
So Daniel got up and ate. And the angel of God immediately returned Habakkuk to his own place.
So Daniel got up and ate. And the angel of God immediately returned Habakkuk to his own place.
So Daniel arose and ate. And the angel of God immediately returned Hab′akkuk to his own place.
And Daniel rose, and ate; certainly the angel of the Lord restored Habakkuk anon (or at once) in his (own) place (again). [And Daniel rising ate; forsooth the angel of the Lord restored anon Habakkuk in his place.]
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