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(1.00) (Exo 32:34)

tn Heb “behold, look.” Moses should take this fact into consideration.

(0.80) (2Th 1:6)

tn Grk “if in fact/since,” as a continuation of the preceding.

(0.80) (Act 2:29)

sn Peter’s certainty is based on well-known facts.

(0.80) (Luk 10:13)

tn This introduces a second class (contrary to fact) condition in the Greek text.

(0.80) (Mat 11:21)

tn This introduces a second class (contrary to fact) condition in the Greek text.

(0.80) (Eze 27:3)

tn Heb “entrances.” The plural noun may reflect the fact that Tyre had two main harbors.

(0.80) (Psa 33:13)

tn The Hebrew perfect verbal forms in v. 13 state general facts.

(0.80) (Job 12:6)

tn The verse gives the other side of the coin now, the fact that the wicked prosper.

(0.80) (Num 27:14)

tn The preposition on the relative pronoun has the force of “because of the fact that.”

(0.80) (Gen 12:11)

tn The particle הִנֵּה (hinneh, “look”) is deictic here; it draws attention to the following fact.

(0.71) (Act 22:25)

sn The fact that Paul was a Roman citizen protected him from being tortured to extract information; such protections were guaranteed by the Porcian and Julian law codes. In addition, the fact Paul had not been tried exempted him from punishment.

(0.71) (Num 3:12)

tn The particle הִנֵּה (hinneh) here carries its deictic force, calling attention to the fact that is being declared. It is underscoring the fact that the Lord himself chose Levi.

(0.70) (Jud 1:16)

sn Enchanting folks (Grk “awing faces”) refers to the fact that the speeches of these false teachers are powerful and seductive.

(0.70) (Luk 24:4)

sn The brilliantly shining clothing (dazzling attire) points to the fact that these are angels (see 24:23).

(0.70) (Pro 19:28)

sn These are crooked or corrupt witnesses who willfully distort the facts and make a mockery of the whole legal process.

(0.70) (Pro 8:7)

sn Wise lips detest wickedness; wisdom hates speaking wicked things. In fact, speaking truth results in part from detesting wickedness.

(0.70) (Gen 47:1)

tn Heb “Look they [are] in the land of Goshen.” Joseph draws attention to the fact of their presence in Goshen.

(0.70) (Gen 32:31)

tn The disjunctive clause draws attention to an important fact: He may have crossed the stream, but he was limping.

(0.60) (Eph 6:8)

sn The pronoun “this” (τοῦτο, touto) stands first in its clause for emphasis, and stresses the fact that God will reward those, who in seeking him, do good.

(0.60) (Act 23:24)

sn Mounts for Paul to ride. The fact they were riding horses indicates they wanted everyone to move as quickly as possible.



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