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Chapter 7.

And also a certain woman, Veronica by name, from afar off cried out to the governor:  I was flowing with blood for twelve years; and I touched the fringe of his garment, and immediately the flowing of my blood stopped.  The Jews say:  We have a law, that a woman does not come to bear witness.

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