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Word Study: "stalks of flax"

Refers to the upright, slender stems or plants of the flax crop. Flax was a common plant in the ancient Near East, valued for its fibers, which were used to make linen fabric. These plants grew to a height of about two to three feet and had slender stems with small, delicate blue flowers.

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