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According to the kesivah tamah its a shailos tinok
It is certain that a Tinok would read it as a Bais. It has a strong Eikev, which is for a Tinok the main determining factor of a Bais. The question is whether technically it is more like a Nun with an Eikev, or if it's indeed a Kosher Bais.
would the fact that three consecutive lines (ending uvisharecha, anochi and uleovdi) end in three different places be a problem?
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