|ETCSLtranslation : t.6.1.24|
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2-3. (cf. 6.1.09.a12-13, 6.1.19.b1-2, 6.1.21.b4-5, 6.2.5: YBC 4677 ll. 1-4) When a fattened pig is about to be slaughtered, one says "I must replace what I eat." As the piglet snuffles around, it says "I can no longer take pleasure in eating."
9-10. There will be losses ……. It will be done …….
12-14. (cf. 6.1.19.c7, 6.1.21.c1, 220.127.116.11) A man's waterskin is his life. A man's sandals are his eyes. A man's wife is his supervisor (?). A man's son is his protective shade. A man's daughter is his eager servant (?). A man's daughter-in-law is his policeman.