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Tobit prayed that the Lord would kill him and put him out of his misery. Sarah, his future daughter-in-law, prayed the same prayer for herself because all seven of her husbands had been killed on their wedding nights. Through the angel Raphael, the Lord cast out the demon Asmodeus, gave Tobit's son Tobiah a happy marriage with Sarah, made Tobiah rich, healed Tobit of blindness, and rescued Tobiah from Nineveh before its destruction. "If God is for us, who can be against us?" (Rm 8:31)
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The guaranteed equality before the law. The law was the same for all throughout France. But that equality was not absolute. Foreigners, for instance, were not granted civil rights, nor was a wife equal to her husband, nor legitimate and illegitimate children. Property was of first importance, it was freed of feudal burdens and the owner enjoyed exclusive rights to it. Property ownership was absolute, exclusive and perpetual. The Code also instituted the punishment of "civil death" (), a legal fiction by which the perpetrators of certain classes of crimes were held to be legally dead. Their marriages were dissolved, their children considered orphans and the legally dead were unable to own, purchase or dispose of property. Civil death was pronounced in cases where the condemned had escaped or were tried . Civil death was abolished in 1854.