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FRONT MATTERHalf-titleReadmeTitleCopyrightTable of ContentsTORAHGENESISBere'shit 1.1–6.8Noah 6.9–11.32Lekh Lekha 12.1–17.27Va-yera' 18.1–22.24Hayyei Sarah 23.1–25.18Toledot 25.19–28.9Va-yetse' 28.10–32.3Va-yishlah. 32.4–36.43Va-yeshev 37.1–40.23Mikkets 41.1–44.17Va-yiggash 44.18–47.27Va-yhiEXODUSShemot 1.1–6.1Va-'era' 6.2–9.35Bo' 10.1–13.16Be-shallah 13.17–17.16Yitro 18.1–20.26Mishpatim 21.1–24.18Terumah 25.1–27.19Tetsavveh 27.20–30.10Ki Tissa' 30.11–34.35Va-yakhel 35.1–38.20Pekudei 38.21–40.38LEVITICUSVa-yikra' 1.1–5.26Tsav 6.1–8.36Shemini 9.1–11.47Tazria‘ 12.1–13.59Metsora‘ 14.1–15.33'Aharei Mot 16.1–18.30Kedoshim 19.1–20.27'Emor 21.1–24.23Be-har 25.1–26.2Be-hukkotai 26.3–27.34NUMBERSBe-midbar 1.1–4.20Naso' 4.21–7.89Be-ha‘alotekha 8.1–12.16Shelah-Lekha 13.1–15.41Korah 16.1–18.32Hukkat 19.1–22.1Balak 22.2–25.9Pinhas 25.10–30.1Mattot 30.2–32.42Mase‘ei 33.1–36.13DEUTERONOMYDevarim 1.1–3.22Va-'etkhannan 3.23–7.11‘Ekev 7.12–11.25Re'eh 11.26–16.17Shofetim 16.18–21.9Ki Tetse' 21.10–25.19Ki Tavo' 26.1–29.8Nitsavim 29.9–30.20Va-yelekh 31.1–30Ha'azinu 32.1–52Vezot HabrakhaNEVI'IMJOSHUAJUDGES1 SAMUEL2 SAMUEL1 KINGS2 KINGSISAIAHJEREMIAHEZEKIELHOSEAJOELAMOSOBADIAHJONAHMICAHNAHUMHABAKKUKZEPHANIAHAGGAIZECHARIAHMALACHIKETHUVIM PSALMSPROVERBSSONGRUTHLAMENTATIONSECCLESIASTESESTHERDANIELEZRANEHEMIA1 CHRONICLES2 CHRONICLES
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