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Five separate studies are presented. 1) wyÎ nV pD j in Prov 30:4 is to be understood as both "his fists" and "his clothing," in line with the widespread use of wordplay in Hebrew poetry. 2) The presence of the Egyptian expression ı √nt kkt "valley of darkness" in the Book of the Dead confirms the meaning "darkness" for t‰ wD mV lA x, especially in Ps 23:4 where the famous expression t‰ wD mV lA x ayǵ is indeed to be rendered "valley of darkness." 3) The unique feminine form tR mR tO j "seal" indoi:10.1353/hbr.2001.0022 fatcat:bdbrnodbnrhkbotxvaehe75rey