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Bar-braya again
I believe I've found use of bar-braya in the Samaritan Torah (not sure if there is any value to it because of the late date of this text).
The verse is Genesis 17:27 -
hmv wrzgt' h'rb rb lbqlm zwz tnybzw tyb dlw' htyb yrbg lkw
The term h'rb rb is the substitution of the Hebrew rkn-rb which means son of a foreigner.

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