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Sirach 26:22
A hired woman will be considered the same as spit, but a married woman will be considered a tower of death to those who associate too closely with her.
As the lamp shining upon the holy candlestick, so is the beauty of the face in a ripe age.
A prostitute is regarded as spittle, and a married woman as a tower of death to her lovers.
A prostitute is regarded as spittle, and a married woman as a tower of death to her lovers.
A prostitute is regarded as spittle, and a married woman as a tower of death to her lovers.
A prostitute is regarded as spittle, and a married woman as a tower of death to her lovers.
(This verse is omitted in the original text.)
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