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29:2 He saw3 in the field a well with4 three flocks of sheep lying beside it, because the flocks were watered from that well. Now5 a large stone covered the mouth of the well.
tn Heb “and he saw, and look.” As in Gen 28:12–15, the narrator uses the particle הִנֵּה (hinneh, “look”) here and in the next clause to draw the reader into the story.
tn Heb “and look, there.”
tn The disjunctive clause (introduced by the noun with the prefixed conjunction) provides supplemental information that is important to the story.
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