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Ezekiel 42:4
And before the chambers was a walk of ten cubits breadth inward, a way of one cubit, and their doors toward the north.
And before the chambers was a walk of ten cubits’ breadth inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors were toward the north.
In front of the [attached] chambers was an inner walkway ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits long; and their entrances were on the north.
And before the attached chambers was a walk inward of ten cubits breadth and a hundred cubits long, and their doors were on the north.
And before the chambers was a walk of ten cubits breadth inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors toward the north.
In front of the chambers there was a passage fifteen feet wide, and to the inside, a passage eighteen inches wide. The entrance to the chambers was on the north.
In front of the [block of] rooms was a walkway seventeen-and-a-half feet wide and a path twenty-one inches [wide]; their doors faced north.
with doors that opened toward the north, and in front of them was a walkway seventeen feet wide and one hundred seventy feet long.
and before the cells was a walk of ten cubits in breadth, [and] a way of a hundred cubits inward; and their entries were toward the north.
And before the chambers was a walk ten cubits broad, looking to the inner parts of a way of one cubit. And their doors were toward the north.
There was a path 10 cubits wide and 100 cubits long running along the south side of the building, even though the entrance was on the north side.
And before the chambers was a passage inward, ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long, and their doors were on the north.
And before the chambers was a passage inwards, ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long, and their doors were on the north.
There was a ·path [passageway; walkway] in front of the rooms on the inner side, which was ·seventeen and one-half feet [L ten cubits] wide and ·one hundred seventy-five feet [L one hundred cubits] long. The entrances to the rooms were on the north.
And before the chambers was a gallery of ten cubits wide, and within was a way of one cubit, and their doors toward the North.
In front of the side rooms was a walkway, 17½ feet wide and 175 feet long. The doors of these side rooms faced north.
Along the north side of this building was a passageway 16 feet wide and 168 feet long, with entrances on that side.
In front of the chambers was a walkway toward the inside, 17½ feet wide and 175 feet long, and their entrances were on the north.
There was a hallway on the north side of the rooms. It was 17½ feet wide and 175 feet long. Doors led into the rooms from this hallway.
In front of the chambers there was an inner walkway ten cubits wide and 100 cubits wide, the openings to which were on the north.
And in front of the chambers was a walk of ten cubits breadth inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors toward the north.
And before the chambers was a walk to ten cubits breadth inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors toward the north.
And before the chambers was a walk of ten cubits breadth inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors toward the north.
And in front of the chambers was a passageway ten cubits in width toward the inside, a walkway of one cubit, and their doorways were to the north.
A 17½-foot walk ran between the building and the tiers of rooms, extending the entire length, with the doors of the building facing north.
The man led me north into the outside courtyard and brought me to the rooms that are in front of the open space and the house facing north. The length of the house on the north was one hundred seventy-five feet, and its width eighty-seven and a half feet. Across the thirty-five feet that separated the inside courtyard from the paved walkway at the edge of the outside courtyard, the rooms rose level by level for three stories. In front of the rooms on the inside was a hallway seventeen and a half feet wide and one hundred seventy-five feet long. Its entrances were from the north. The upper rooms themselves were narrower, their galleries being wider than on the first and second floors of the building. The rooms on the third floor had no pillars like the pillars in the outside courtyard and were smaller than the rooms on the first and second floors. There was an outside wall parallel to the rooms and the outside courtyard. It fronted the rooms for eighty-seven and a half feet. The row of rooms facing the outside courtyard was eighty-seven and a half feet long. The row on the side nearest the Sanctuary was one hundred seventy-five feet long. The first-floor rooms had their entrance from the east, coming in from the outside courtyard.
In front of the chambers was a passage on the inner side, ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits deep; and their doors faced north.
In front of the side rooms was a walkway, 17½ feet wide and 175 feet long. The doors of these side rooms faced north.
In front of the chambers was a walkway ten cubits wide on the inside of a wall one cubit wide. The doorways faced north.
Before the chambers was an inner walk ten cubits wide, a way of one hundred cubits; and their openings were on the north.
There was a path on the north side of the rooms, which was seventeen and one-half feet wide and one hundred seventy-five feet long. Doors led into the rooms from this path.
In front of the chambers was a walkway on the inner side, 17½ feet wide at a distance of 1¾ feet, and their entrances were on the north.
Between the two rows was an inner sidewalk. It was 18 feet wide and 175 feet long. Each of the rooms had a door on the north side.
In front of the rooms was an inner passageway ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long. Their doors were on the north.
In front of the rooms was an inner passageway ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long. Their doors were on the north.
In front of the chambers, toward the inside, was a walk ten cubits wide, at a distance of one cubit; and their doors faced north.
In front of the rooms was an inside walkway as wide as ten cubits and as long as 100 cubits. Their doors were on the north.
Between the two blocks of rooms ran a walkway 17 1⁄2 feet wide. It extended the entire 175 feet of the complex, and all the doors faced north.
In front of the chambers was a passage on the inner side, ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits deep, and its entrances were on the north.
In front of the chambers was a passage on the inner side, ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits deep, and its entrances were on the north.
In front of the chambers was a passage on the inner side, ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits deep, and its entrances were on the north.
In front of the chambers was a passage on the inner side, ten cubits wide and one hundred cubits deep, and its entrances were on the north.
And before the leshakhot was a mahalach (walkway) ten cubits in width leading inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors toward the north.
And before the chambers was a passage inward, ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long, and their doors were on the north.
And before the chambers was a passage inward, ten cubits wide and a hundred cubits long, and their doors were on the north.
In front of the chambers was a walkway ten cubits wide and 100 cubits long. Their doorways were toward the north.
An interior passageway ran in front of each chamber. It was 17½ feet wide and ran the entire length of the gallery, 175 feet. The doors faced north.
Before the rooms was a walk of ten cubits’ width inward, a way of one cubit; and their doors were toward the north.
And before the chambers was a walking (place) of ten cubits of breadth, beholding to the inner things of the way of one (hundred) cubit(s). And the doors of those to the north, (And before the rooms was a walking place of ten cubits in breadth, and a length of one hundred cubits, facing the inner courtyard. And their doors, or their entrances, faced north,)
And at the front of the chambers [is] a walk of ten cubits in breadth unto the inner part, a way of one cubit, and their openings [are] at the north.
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