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Leviticus 13:48-3.13.59 The Warp and the Woof James A. Patch says, the warp refers to “the long threads fixed into the loom to form the basis of the web, and into which the woof is wrought from the shuttle, the warp and the woof lying at right angles to one another...” 
 James A. Patch “Warp,” and “Weaving,” in International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, ed. James Orr (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., c1915, 1939), in The Sword Project, v. 1.5.11 [CD-ROM] (Temple, AZ: CrossWire Bible Society, 1990-2008).
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