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(1.00) (Jer 18:18)

tn Heb “For instruction will not perish from priest, nor counsel from wise man, nor word from prophet.”

(0.81) (Gal 1:12)

tn Or “I did not receive it from a human source, nor was I taught it.”

(0.81) (Joh 13:16)

tn Or “nor is the apostle” (“apostle” means “one who is sent” in Greek).

(0.81) (Luk 7:33)

tn Grk “neither eating bread nor drinking wine,” but this is somewhat awkward in contemporary English.

(0.81) (Luk 1:24)

sn The text does not state why Elizabeth withdrew into seclusion, nor is the reason entirely clear.

(0.81) (Mat 5:15)

tn Grk “Nor do they light.” The plural in Greek is indefinite, referring to people in general.

(0.81) (Zep 1:12)

tn Heb “The Lord does not do good nor does he do evil.”

(0.81) (Jer 3:16)

tn Or “Nor will another one be made”; Heb “one will not do/make [it?] again.”

(0.81) (Exo 10:6)

tn Heb “which your fathers have not seen, nor your fathers’ fathers.”

(0.71) (Hos 4:1)

tn Heb “there is no truthfulness nor loyalty nor knowledge of God in the land.” Here “knowledge of God” refers to recognition of his authority and obedience to his will.

(0.71) (1Ti 1:7)

tn The Greek reinforces this negation: “understand neither what they are saying nor the things they insist on…”

(0.71) (Rom 9:16)

tn Grk “So then, [it does] not [depend] on the one who desires nor on the one who runs.”

(0.71) (Luk 6:44)

sn The statement nor are grapes picked from brambles illustrates the principle: That which cannot produce fruit, does not produce fruit.

(0.71) (Pro 28:27)

sn The generous individual will be rewarded. He will not lack nor miss what he has given away to the poor.

(0.61) (Act 17:25)

tn L&N 57.45 has “nor does he need anything more that people can supply by working for him.”

(0.61) (Luk 4:1)

sn The double mention of the Spirit in this verse makes it clear that the temptation was neither the fault of Jesus nor an accident.

(0.61) (Dan 9:10)

tn Heb “paid attention to the voice of,” which is an idiomatic expression for obedience (cf. NASB “nor have we obeyed the voice of”).

(0.61) (Jer 27:6)

sn This statement is rhetorical, emphasizing the totality of Nebuchadnezzar’s dominion. Neither here nor in Dan 2:38 is it to be understood literally.

(0.61) (Est 5:9)

tn Heb “tremble from before him”; NIV “nor showed fear in his presence”; TEV “or show any sign of respect as he passed.”

(0.61) (Exo 4:10)

tn Heb “also from yesterday also from three days ago” or “neither since yesterday nor since before that” is idiomatic for “previously” or “in the past.”



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