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(1.00) (Gen 16:11)

tn The particle הִנֵּה (hinneh) focuses on her immediate situation: “Here you are pregnant.”

(1.00) (Eze 37:28)

sn The sanctuary of Israel becomes the main focus of Ezek 40-48.

(1.00) (1Jo 3:3)

tn “Focused” is not in the Greek text, but is supplied for clarity.

(0.88) (Col 1:28)

tn Since Paul’s focus is on the present experience of the Colossians, “mature” is a better translation of τέλειον (teleion) than “perfect,” since the latter implies a future, eschatological focus.

(0.88) (Gen 18:9)

tn The particle הִנֵּה (hinneh) often accompanies a gesture of pointing or a focused gaze.

(0.88) (Exo 3:9)

tn The particle הִנֵּה (hinneh) focuses attention on what is being said as grounds for what follows.

(0.88) (Lev 4:20)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Lev 4:26)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Lev 4:31)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Lev 4:35)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Lev 5:6)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Lev 5:10)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Lev 5:13)

sn The focus of sin offering “atonement” was purging impurities from the tabernacle (see the note on Lev 1:4).

(0.88) (Isa 19:10)

tn Heb “crushed.” Emotional distress is the focus of the context (see vv. 8-9, 10b).

(0.88) (Joh 6:27)

tn Or “perishes” (this might refer to spoiling, but is more focused on the temporary nature of this kind of food).

(0.88) (Rom 10:17)

tn The Greek term here is ῥῆμα (rJhma), which often (but not exclusively) focuses on the spoken word.

(0.88) (1Pe 1:11)

tn Or “time or circumstances,” focusing not on the person but on the timing and circumstances of the fulfillment.

(0.75) (Exo 16:19)

tn The address now is for “man” (אִישׁ, ’ish), “each one”; here the instruction seems to be focused on the individual heads of the households.

(0.75) (Num 20:8)

tn The verb is the Piel perfect with vav (ו) consecutive, following the two imperatives in the verse. Here is the focus of the instruction for Moses.

(0.75) (Deu 33:3)

tn The singular verbal form in the Hebrew text (lit. “he lifts up”) is understood in a distributive manner, focusing on the action of each individual within the group.



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