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Dealing with "indent."

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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Eliphaz.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Eliphaz.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is the advice of Job's friend, Bildad. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is the advice of Job's friend, Bildad. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Bildad.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Bildad.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Bildad.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Bildad.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is the advice of Job's friend, Zophar.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is the advice of Job's friend, Zophar.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Zophar.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Zophar.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Zophar. It also contains Job's claim of righteousness to Yahweh. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/righteous]])
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Zophar. It also contains Job's claim of righteousness to Yahweh. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/righteous]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's claim of righteousness being presented to Yahweh. It also has an abrupt shift in tone. Rather than being hopeful, Job laments. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/righteous]] and [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/lament]])
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's claim of righteousness being presented to Yahweh. It also has an abrupt shift in tone. Rather than being hopeful, Job laments. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/righteous]] and [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/lament]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Eliphaz, but it is more directly addressed to Yahweh.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Eliphaz, but it is more directly addressed to Yahweh.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is  the advice of Job's friend, Bildad. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke, and he is even angry at Job. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is  the advice of Job's friend, Bildad. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke, and he is even angry at Job. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Bildad.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Bildad.
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 Verses 25-27 are very important to this book. They show the great depth of Job's faith in Yahweh after his most difficult time. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/faith]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is  the advice of Job's friend, Zophar. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke, and he is even angry at Job. He claims that Job took advantage of the poor and is being punished for it.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is  the advice of Job's friend, Zophar. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke, and he is even angry at Job. He claims that Job took advantage of the poor and is being punished for it.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Zophar. It is also a response to all three of his friends in general.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Zophar. It is also a response to all three of his friends in general.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Eliphaz. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz. It is a continuation of the previous chapter.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Eliphaz. It is a continuation of the previous chapter.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Bildad. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of the advice of Job's friend, Bildad. His words in this chapter are much stronger than when he previously spoke.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is Job's response to Bildad.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is Job's response to Bildad.
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 This chapter begins a section continuing through chapter 31. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Bildad.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Bildad.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Bildad.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's response to Bildad.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's statement, but now it is directly addressed to Yahweh. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's statement, but now it is directly addressed to Yahweh. 
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 In this chapter, Job recalls the days before Yahweh's blessings were taken from him. This is only one part of Job's argument that continues for the next 3 chapters. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's statement, but now it is directly addressed to Yahweh. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's statement, but now it is directly addressed to Yahweh. 
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 In this chapter, Job laments his current condition as others insult him. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/lament]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This chapter is a continuation of Job's statement and it is directly addressed to Yahweh. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This chapter is a continuation of Job's statement and it is directly addressed to Yahweh. 
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 In this chapter, Job presents his case to Yahweh that he is upright and not guilty of the sins he is being accused of. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/upright]], [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/guilt]] and [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/sin]])
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 According to Elihu, instead of being punished for his sins, Job is sinning in the midst of these difficulties. This is a continuation of the first of Elihu's four statements and it is addressed to Job. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/sin]] and  [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/witness]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. This quotation is a continuation of the previous chapter.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. This quotation is a continuation of the previous chapter.
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 According to Elihu, instead of being punished for his sins, Job is sinning in the midst of these difficulties. This is the second of Elihu's four statements and it is addressed first to Job's friends and then to Job. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/sin]] and  [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/witness]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. Elihu uses many of Job's statements against him. His attitude is not too different from Job's friends.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. Elihu uses many of Job's statements against him. His attitude is not too different from Job's friends.
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 According to Elihu, instead of being punished for his sins, Job is sinning in the midst of these difficulties. This is the third of Elihu's four statements and it is addressed first to Job's friends and then to Job. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/sin]] and  [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/witness]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. Elihu uses many of Job's statements against him.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. Elihu uses many of Job's statements against him.
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 According to Elihu, instead of being punished for his sins, Job is sinning in the midst of these difficulties. This is the last of Elihu's four statements and it is addressed first to Job's friends and then to Job. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/sin]] and  [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/witness]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. His attitude is not too different from Job's friends.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. His attitude is not too different from Job's friends.
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 According to Elihu, instead of being punished for his sins, Job is sinning in the midst of these difficulties. This is a continuation of the previous chapter and the last of Elihu's four statements, and it is addressed first to Job's friends and then to Job. (See: [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/sin]] and  [[rc://en/tw/dict/bible/kt/witness]])
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. His attitude is not too different from Job's friends.
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. His attitude is not too different from Job's friends.
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. Yahweh finally speaks in this chapter. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. Yahweh finally speaks in this chapter. 
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-Some translations prefer to set apart extended quotations, prayers, or songs. The ULB and many other English translations indent the lines of this chapter, which is an extended quotation. Yahweh continues to speak in this chapter. 
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+The ULB indents the lines of this chapter because it is a poem. Yahweh continues to speak in this chapter. 
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+This chapter begins with a prayer by Jonah, and many translators have chosen to set it apart by indenting its lines. Translators can follow this practice, but they are not obligated to indent the lines. 
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 # Joshua 10 General Notes #
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 ## Links: ##
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+Some translations indent each line of poetry to make it easier to read. The ULB does this with the poetry in 10:3.
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