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And when Moses lifted up his hands, Israel overcame: but if he let them down a little,
Amalec overcame. And Moses' hands were heavy: so they took a stone,
and put under him, and he sat on it: and Aaron and Hur stayed
up his hands on both sides. And it came to pass that
his hands were not weary until sunset.
(Exodus 17:11)

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