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The symbolic name of a son of Isaiah (Isa. 8: 1–4), meaning ‘the spoil speeds, the prey hastens’, to indicate the prophet's conviction that the alliance between Damascus and Samaria was not a threat to Judah, because Assyria would subdue both of them.

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