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  • Elijah said, 'Seize the prophets of Baal: do not let one of them escape.' They seized them, and Elijah took them down to the Kishon, and there he slaughtered them. (1 Kings 18, 40)

  • 'So he is still alive?' he replied. 'He is my brother.' The men took this for a good omen and quickly seized on his words. 'Yes,' they said, 'Ben-Hadad is your brother.' Ahab said, 'Go and fetch him.' Then Ben-Hadad came out to him and Ahab made him get up into his chariot. (1 Kings 20, 33)

  • They seized her, and when she reached the horses' entry to the palace, she was killed there. (2 Kings 11, 16)

  • From Ben-Hadad son of Hazael, Jehoash son of Jehoahaz recaptured the towns which Hazael had seized from his father Jehoahaz by force of arms. Joash defeated him three times and recovered the Israelite towns. (2 Kings 13, 25)

  • Whereupon Hanun seized David's representatives, shaved them, cut their clothes off half-way up, right by their buttocks, and sent them away. (1 Chronicles 19, 4)

  • they destroyed all the towns round Gerar -- for a panic from Yahweh had seized the towns -- and plundered all the towns since they were full of loot. (2 Chronicles 14, 13)

  • A panic from Yahweh seized all the kings of the countries surrounding Judah, as a result of which they did not make war on Jehoshaphat. (2 Chronicles 17, 10)

  • When Jehoshaphat arrived to take the booty, they found quantities of cattle and innumerable possessions, clothes and valuables, which they seized for themselves; it was impossible to carry it, and it took them three days to collect it. (2 Chronicles 20, 25)

  • and a panic from Yahweh seized all the neighbouring kings when they heard how Yahweh had fought against the enemies of Israel. (2 Chronicles 20, 29)

  • All my goods were seized; they were all confiscated by the treasury; nothing was left me but my wife Anna and my son Tobias. (Tobit 1, 20)

  • he occupied his towns and advanced on Ecbatana; he seized its towers and plundered its market places, reducing its former magnificence to a mockery. (Judith 1, 14)

  • Fear and trembling seized all the coastal peoples; those of Sidon and Tyre, those of Sur, Ocina and Jamnia. The populations of Azotos and Ascalon were panic-stricken. (Judith 2, 28)

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