Strong's Hebrew7165. qeres -- a hook... tache
. From qarac; a knob or belaying-pin (from its swelling form) -- tache
HEBREW qarac. 7164, 7165. qeres. 7166 . Strong's Numbers. /hebrew/7165.htm - 6k
Christ --Perfect through Sufferings
... Just as in the making of the tabernacle in the wilderness not a single loop or tache
was left to human chance or judgment, so in the great scheme of salvation ...
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Importance of Small Things in Religion
... Every tache and every loop, every board and every fillet, everything was marked
down in the divine plan, and Moses must build everything according to the ...
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The Introduction: Chapter 1
... with speed] (... en tache occurs eight times,  from which our readers may
themselves see that it is used in two senses: quickly, as to speed; and soon, as ...
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The Northern Mountains
... from the sort of raised platform on which I stood, and snatching the panful of sugar
from his hand, I flung it, sugar and all, into the tache, from which I ...
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An Exposition on the First Ten Chapters of Genesis, and Part of ...
The Works of John Bunyan Volumes 1-3. <. ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryTache
The word thus rendered occurs only in the description of the structure of the tabernacle and its fittings, (Exodus 26:6,11,33; 35:11; 36:13; 39:33) and appears to indicate the small hooks by which a curtain is suspended to the rings from which it hangs, or connected vertically, as in the case of the veil of the holy of holies, with the loops of another curtain.
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