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" I say it is cold, not, it makes cold; but the bible is rather translated into English words, than into English phrase. The Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept: as for example (he uncovered her shame), which is well enough, so long... "
Six Letters to Granville Sharp, Esq: Respecting His Remarks on the Uses of ... - Page 163
by Christopher Wordsworth - 1802 - 154 pages
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - 1885 - 518 pages
...words than into English phrase. The Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept. . . . which is well enough so long as scholars have to do...but when it comes among the common people, Lord what gear do they make of it." l Much of this "word for word" translation disappears in the EV, but excess...
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American Church Review, Volume 24

1872 - 630 pages
...the world is translated as the Bible, word for word, with no regard to the difference of idiom. This is well enough so long as scholars have to do with...when it comes among the common people, Lord ! what gear do they make of it ! " Although our translators were familiar with the structure of Hebrew grammar,...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - 1885 - 492 pages
...words than into English phrase. The Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept. . . . which is well enough so long as scholars have to do with it; but when it comea among the common people, Lord what gear do they make of it." l Much of this " word for word "...
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The Bibles of England: A Plain Account for Plain People of the Principal ...

Andrew Edgar - 1889 - 424 pages
...original best. But the Bible is rather translated into English words than into English phrases. . . This is well enough so long as scholars have to do with...when it comes among the common people, Lord, what gear do they make of it."1 Notwithstanding what was said by Selden, however, the framers of the authorised...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 3

John McClintock, James Strong - 1891 - 1138 pages
...world is translated as the Bible is, word for word, with no regard to the difference of idioms. Tbis is well enough so long as scholars have to do with it. but when it comes itmong the common people, Loru'i what gear do they make of it!" (Table Talk). Тпч feeling of which...
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The Table Talk of John Selden

John Selden - 1892 - 328 pages
...English phrase. The Hebraisms are kept, and the phrase of that language is kept: as for example, [He uncovered her shame] which is well enough, so long...; but when it comes among the common people, lord, 1o what gear do they make of it ! 4. Scrutamini scripturas. These two words have undone the world....
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - 1898 - 488 pages
...and the phrase of that language is kept." Selden then quotes an example, and remarks that " [this] is well enough so long as scholars have to do with...when it comes among the common people, Lord, what gear do they make of it ? " But this wise old scholar might have chosen many less striking but almost...
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Hebraisms in the Authorized Version of the Bible

William Rosenau - 1902 - 326 pages
...Hebraisms are kept and the phrase of that language is kept." After citing an example, Selden remarks : " It is well enough so long as scholars have to do with...when it comes among the common people, Lord, what gear do they make of it?" And no less a modern scholar than Dr. Eichard G. Moulton, Professor of Literature...
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Reconsiderations

Ernest Edward Kellett - 1928 - 296 pages
...it makes cold; but the Bible is rather translated into English words than into English phrase: — which is well enough so long as scholars have to do...when it comes among the common people, Lord, what gear do they make of it! What Selden is alluding to is such phraseology as "Holy of Holies," "Pharisee...
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 86

1865 - 696 pages
...occur totidem verlis in the Authorised Version, und is not a very пцгееаЫе one to quote] — which is well enough, so long as scholars have to...common people, Lord, what jeer do they make of it 1 ' Instead of citing Selden's Hebraistic example, we may fairly complain of the incorrect and offensive...
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