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1:11 away (a-14) In those days conquerors transported conquered nations to distant seats, and replaced them by others, that national feeling might not subsist, but dependence be complete. 'Carrying away' is feeble for this, but I know no other word.
8:3 touched (e-8) As Mark 1:41 .
8:4 for (f-25) Eis . as ch. 12.20, 'unto.'
8:5 entered (g-5) Many authorities read, 'as he entered.'
8:8 word, (h-23) Lit. 'with' or 'by a word,' in contrast with coming.
8:17 through (a-10) See Note, ch. 1.22. saying, (b-14) Isaiah 53:4 .
8:26 was (c-27) Ginomai . Lit. 'it then began' or 'took place.'
8:28 Gergesenes, (d-17) Some read 'Gadarenes,' others 'Gerasenes.'
8:29 us? (e-26) Or, perhaps, 'to torment us before the time.'
8:34 to (f-19) Or, more exactly, 'they begged him, so that he might go away.' see a similar expression in ch. 9.38.
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