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  • May the Lord strike you with destitution, with fever and cold, with burning and heat, and with polluted air and rot, and may he pursue you until you perish. (Deuteronomy 28, 22)

  • and all the equipment of the temple, which king Ahaz, during his reign, had polluted after his transgression. And behold, these have all been set forth before the altar of the Lord.” (2 Chronicles 29, 19)

  • Then too, all the leaders of the priests, with the people, transgressed iniquitously, in accord with all the abominations of the Gentiles. And they polluted the house of the Lord, which he had sanctified to himself in Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 36, 14)

  • They have set fire to your Sanctuary. They have polluted the tabernacle of your name on earth. (Psalms 73, 7)

  • A Psalm of Asaph. O God, the Gentiles have entered into your inheritance; they have polluted your holy temple. They have set Jerusalem as a place to tend fruit trees. (Psalms 78, 1)

  • And many out of Israel consented to his servitude, and they sacrificed to idols, and they polluted the Sabbath. (1 Maccabees 1, 45)

  • Then, on the day that the temple had been polluted by the foreigners, it happened on the same day that the purification was accomplished, on the twenty-fifth day of the month, which was Kislev. (2 Maccabees 10, 5)

  • Keep yourself from him, so that you may not have problems, and so that you will not be polluted by his sin. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 15)

  • But you have been rejected from your grave, like a useless polluted plant, and you have been bound up with those who were slain by the sword, and who descended to the bottom of the pit, like a rotting carcass. (Isaiah 14, 19)

  • I was angry with my people. I have polluted my inheritance, and I have given them into your hand. You have not shown mercy to them. You have greatly increased the burden of your yoke upon the elders. (Isaiah 47, 6)

  • Depart, depart, get out of here! Do not be willing to touch what is polluted. Go out from her midst! Be cleansed, you who bear the vessels of the Lord. (Isaiah 52, 11)

  • For your hands have been polluted by blood, and your fingers by iniquity. Your lips have spoken lies, and your tongue utters iniquity. (Isaiah 59, 3)

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