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And again he sent the captain of a third fifty with his fifty. And the third captain of fifty went up, and came and fell on his knees before Elijah, and besought him, and said unto him, O man of God, I pray thee, let my life, and the life of these fifty thy servants, be precious in thy sight.

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And he sentºº againºº a captainº of the thirdº fiftyº with his fifty.º And the thirdº captainº of fiftyº went up,ºº and cameºº and fellºº onº his kneesº beforeº Elijah,º and besoughtººº him, and saidºº untoº him, O manº of God,º I pray thee,º let my life,º and the lifeº of theseº fiftyº thy servants,º be preciousºº in thy sight.º

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And hee sentºº againeºº a captaineº of the thirdº fiftie,º with his fiftie:º and the thirdº captaineº of fiftieº went vp,ºº and cameºº and fellºº onº his kneesº beforeº Eliiah,º and besoughtººº him, and saideºº vntoº him, Oh manº of God,º I pray thee,º let my life,º and the lifeº of theseº fiftieº thy seruants,º be preciousºº in thy sight.º

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And the king sent yet again a captain and his fifty. And the third captain of fifty came, and knelt on his knees before Elijah{gr.Eliu}, and entreated him, and spoke to him and said, O man of God, let my life, and the life of these fifty thy servants, be precious in thine eyes.

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And he sentºº againºº a captainº of the thirdº fiftyº with his fifty.º And the thirdº captainº of fiftyº went up,ºº and cameºº and fellºº onº his kneesº beforeº ´Ëliyyà אֵלִיָּה,º and besoughtººº him, and saidºº untoº him, O manº of ´Élöhîm אֱלֹהִים,º I pray thee,º let my life,º and the lifeº of theseº fiftyº thy servants,º be preciousºº in thy sight.º

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