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(1.00) (Act 24:27)

tn Grk “After a two-year period.”

(0.83) (Dan 4:16)

sn The seven periods of time probably refer to seven years.

(0.67) (Lev 18:19)

tn Heb “in the menstruation of her impurity”; NIV “during the uncleanness of her monthly period.”

(0.67) (Psa 90:4)

sn The divisions of the nighttime. The ancient Israelites divided the night into distinct periods, or “watches.”

(0.67) (Eze 4:8)

sn The action surely refers to a series of daily acts rather than to a continuous period.

(0.67) (Mat 21:33)

sn The leasing of land to tenant farmers was common in this period.

(0.67) (Mar 12:1)

sn The leasing of land to tenant farmers was common in this period.

(0.67) (Luk 20:9)

sn The leasing of land to tenant farmers was common in this period.

(0.67) (Luk 21:23)

sn Great distress means that this is a period of great judgment.

(0.67) (Gal 2:5)

tn Grk “even for an hour” (an idiom for a very short period of time).

(0.58) (Gen 31:35)

tn Heb “the way of women is to me.” This idiom refers to a woman’s menstrual period.

(0.58) (Lev 12:2)

sn See Lev 15:19-24 for the standard purity regulations for a woman’s menstrual period.

(0.58) (Job 33:25)

tn The word describes the period when the man is healthy and vigorous, ripe for what life brings his way.

(0.58) (Psa 111:4)

tn Or “did,” if this refers primarily to the events of the exodus and conquest period (see vv. 6, 9).

(0.58) (Psa 111:5)

tn Or “gave,” if the events of the exodus and conquest period (see v. 6, 9) are primarily in view.

(0.58) (Dan 4:19)

tn Aram “about one hour.” The expression refers idiomatically to a brief period of time of undetermined length.

(0.58) (Luk 1:24)

tn Grk “After these days.” The phrase refers to a general, unspecified period of time that passes before fulfillment comes.

(0.58) (1Th 5:1)

tn Grk “concerning the times and the seasons,” a reference to future periods of eschatological fulfillment (cf. Acts 1:7).

(0.51) (Est 1:9)

sn Vashti is the name of Xerxes’ queen according to the Book of Esther. But in the Greek histories of this period the queen’s name is given as Amestris (e.g., Herodotus, Histories 9.108-13). The name Vashti does not seem to occur in the nonbiblical records from this period. Apparently the two women are not to be confused, but not enough is known about this period to reconcile completely the biblical and extrabiblical accounts.

(0.50) (Gen 4:3)

tn Heb “And it happened at the end of days.” The clause indicates the passing of a set period of time leading up to offering sacrifices.



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