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  • s  shallow enough to be crossed by walking or riding on an animal or in a vehicle
    the stream was fordable

  • The high wind noted in Exodus could have made the lakes more easily fordable on footbut not by the Egyptian chariots.

  • Alan Rusbridger in Media Guardian
    In the Guardian's case, the editor, Alan Rusbridger, explains: "We're still in the phoney war stage, with millions being ploughed into marketing a dual strategy which is, ultimately, unaf fordable. No one I know believes that the Independent intends...

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