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(1.00) (Isa 60:11)

tn Or “led in procession.” The participle is passive.

(0.85) (Job 6:19)

tn In Ps 68:24 this word has the meaning of “processions”; here that procession is of traveling merchants forming convoys or caravans.

(0.80) (Act 2:13)

sn New wine refers to a new, sweet wine in the process of fermentation.

(0.80) (Luk 18:39)

sn That is, those who were at the front of the procession.

(0.80) (Luk 10:2)

sn The phrase Lord of the harvest recognizes God’s sovereignty over the harvest process.

(0.80) (Luk 7:12)

tn That is, carried out for burial. This was a funeral procession.

(0.80) (Mat 9:38)

sn The phrase Lord of the harvest recognizes God’s sovereignty over the harvest process.

(0.80) (Pro 20:4)

sn The act of plowing is put for the whole process of planting a crop.

(0.80) (Psa 68:24)

tn The subject is probably indefinite, referring to bystanders in general who witness the procession.

(0.70) (Act 22:25)

tn Or “a Roman citizen and uncondemned.” BDAG 35 s.v. ἀκατάκριτος has “uncondemned, without due process” for this usage.

(0.70) (Act 16:37)

tn Or “in public, uncondemned.” BDAG 35 s.v. ἀκατάκριτος has “uncondemned, without due process” for this usage.

(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) (Exo 10:13)

tn The verb נָהַג (nahag) means “drive, conduct.” It is elsewhere used for driving sheep, leading armies, or leading in processions.

(0.70) (Gen 43:17)

sn This verse is a summary statement. The next verses delineate intermediate steps (see v. 24) in the process.

(0.60) (Rev 19:15)

sn He stomps the winepress. See Isa 63:3, where Messiah does this alone (usually several individuals would join in the process), and Rev 14:20.

(0.60) (Rev 14:20)

sn The winepress was stomped. See Isa 63:3, where Messiah does this alone (usually several individuals would join in the process).

(0.60) (Jud 1:23)

sn The imagery here suggests that the things close to the sinners are contaminated by them, presumably during the process of sinning.

(0.60) (1Pe 1:7)

tn Or “genuineness,” the result of testing. On the other hand it may denote the process of testing: “that the proving of your faith…may bring praise.”

(0.60) (Hab 1:10)

tn Heb “they heap up dirt.” This is a reference to the piling up of earthen ramps in the process of laying siege to a fortified city.

(0.60) (Psa 22:15)

sn The imperfect verbal form draws attention to the progressive nature of the action. The psalmist is in the process of dying.



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