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(1.00)Joh 18:12

Then the squad of soldiers 1  with their commanding officer 2  and the officers of the Jewish leaders 3  arrested 4  Jesus and tied him up. 5 

(1.00)Act 21:31

While they were trying 1  to kill him, a report 2  was sent up 3  to the commanding officer 4  of the cohort 5  that all Jerusalem was in confusion. 6 

(1.00)Act 22:27

So the commanding officer 1  came and asked 2  Paul, 3  “Tell me, are you a Roman citizen?” 4  He replied, 5  “Yes.”

(1.00)Act 23:22

Then the commanding officer 1  sent the young man away, directing him, 2  “Tell no one that you have reported 3  these things to me.”

(0.86)Mar 6:21

But 1  a suitable day 2  came, when Herod gave a banquet on his birthday for his court officials, military commanders, and leaders of Galilee.

(0.86)Act 21:32

He 1  immediately took 2  soldiers and centurions 3  and ran down to the crowd. 4  When they saw 5  the commanding officer 6  and the soldiers, they stopped beating 7  Paul.

(0.86)Act 21:33

Then the commanding officer 1  came up and arrested 2  him and ordered him to be tied up with two chains; 3  he 4  then asked who he was and what 5  he had done.

(0.86)Act 22:24

the commanding officer 1  ordered Paul 2  to be brought back into the barracks. 3  He told them 4  to interrogate Paul 5  by beating him with a lash 6  so that he could find out the reason the crowd 7  was shouting at Paul 8  in this way.

(0.86)Act 22:26

When the centurion 1  heard this, 2  he went to the commanding officer 3  and reported it, 4  saying, “What are you about to do? 5  For this man is a Roman citizen.” 6 

(0.86)Act 22:28

The commanding officer 1  answered, “I acquired this citizenship with a large sum of money.” 2  “But I was even 3  born a citizen,” 4  Paul replied. 5 

(0.86)Act 23:17

Paul called 1  one of the centurions 2  and said, “Take this young man to the commanding officer, 3  for he has something to report to him.”

(0.86)Act 23:19

The commanding officer 1  took him by the hand, withdrew privately, and asked, “What is it that you want 2  to report to me?”

(0.86)Act 24:22

Then Felix, 1  who understood the facts 2  concerning the Way 3  more accurately, 4  adjourned their hearing, 5  saying, “When Lysias the commanding officer comes down, I will decide your case.” 6 

(0.71)Act 21:37

As Paul was about to be brought into the barracks, 1  he said 2  to the commanding officer, 3  “May I say 4  something to you?” The officer 5  replied, 6  “Do you know Greek? 7 

(0.71)Act 22:29

Then those who were about to interrogate him stayed away 1  from him, and the commanding officer 2  was frightened when he realized that Paul 3  was 4  a Roman citizen 5  and that he had had him tied up. 6 

(0.71)Act 23:10

When the argument became 1  so great the commanding officer 2  feared that they would tear Paul to pieces, 3  he ordered the detachment 4  to go down, take him away from them by force, 5  and bring him into the barracks. 6 

(0.71)Act 23:15

So now you and the council 1  request the commanding officer 2  to bring him down to you, as if you were going to determine 3  his case 4  by conducting a more thorough inquiry. 5  We are ready to kill him 6  before he comes near this place.” 7 

(0.71)Act 23:18

So the centurion 1  took him and brought him to the commanding officer 2  and said, “The prisoner Paul called 3  me and asked me to bring this young man to you because he has something to tell you.”

(0.71)Act 25:23

So the next day Agrippa 1  and Bernice came with great pomp 2  and entered the audience hall, 3  along with the senior military officers 4  and the prominent men of the city. When Festus 5  gave the order, 6  Paul was brought in.

(0.71)Rev 6:15

Then 1  the kings of the earth, the 2  very important people, the generals, 3  the rich, the powerful, and everyone, slave 4  and free, hid themselves in the caves and among the rocks of the mountains.



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