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  • The gates themselves were thirty-five meters high and twenty meters wide, wide enough for his valiant warriors and foot soldiers to march through them in battle array. (Judith 1, 4)

  • The Edomites and the Ammonites climbed up and camped on the mountain near Dothan; they sent some of their men to the south and to the east facing Egrebel, near Chusi, which is on the torrent of Mochmur. The rest of the Assyrian army encamped in the plain, covering the whole countryside. The camp site covered by their tents and their bag-gage spread out wide for they were an enormous crowd. (Judith 7, 18)

  • They advance, as through a wide breach; they come in waves amid the uproar. (Job 30, 14)

  • They open wide their mouths against me: "Aha, aha!" they say, "We have seen it with our own eyes!" (Psalms 35, 21)

  • a statute he wrote for Joseph when he went out of Egypt. They heard a voice they did not know: "Open wide your mouth and I will fill it, (Psalms 81, 6)

  • Behold the sea, wide and vast, teeming with countless creatures, living things both great and small, (Psalms 104, 25)

  • He will judge the nations, heaping up corpses, smashing heads on the wide plain. (Psalms 110, 6)

  • God willed that they should take possession of the city, and they carried out an incredible slaughter: the nearby lake, five hundred meters wide, seemed filled with blood. (2 Maccabees 12, 16)

  • One who has traveled knows a great deal, and a man of wide experience will talk soundly. (Ecclesiasticus 34, 9)

  • which sends ambassadors by sea in papyrus boats over the waters! Go, swift messengers, to a people tall and bronzed, to a nation feared far and wide, a nation conquering and strong, whose land the rivers divide. (Isaiah 18, 2)

  • At that time the tall, bronzed people from a country traversed by rivers - a conquering and strong nation feared far and wide - will bring offerings to Yahweh Sabaoth, to Mount Zion. For this is the place where the name of Yahweh dwells. (Isaiah 18, 7)

  • across the wide oceans; the grain of Shihor, the harvest of the Nile, was your income and you were the fair of the nations. (Isaiah 23, 3)

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