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progress:  On page 419. "Job. A Good Man Suffers.
After seven days Job spoke. He cursed the day he had been born. Job said:
“Let the day I was born be destroyed.
And destroy the night when it was said,
'A boy is born!'
Let that day turn to darkness.""
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