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  • They will cover the surface of the soil so that the soil cannot be seen. They will devour the remainder of what has escaped, of what you have been left after the hail; they will devour all your trees growing in the fields; (Exodus 10, 5)

  • 'You must not allow a master to imprison a slave who has escaped from him and come to you. (Deuteronomy 23, 16)

  • When Joshua and the Israelites had finished inflicting a very great defeat on them, to the point of destroying them, those who had escaped alive took refuge in their fortresses. (Joshua 10, 20)

  • On that occasion they beat the Moabites, some ten thousand men, all tough and seasoned fighters, and not one escaped. (Judges 3, 29)

  • He then went to his father's house at Ophrah and put his brothers, Jerubbaal's seventy sons, to death on one and the same stone. Jotham, however, Jerubbaal's youngest son, escaped by going into hiding. (Judges 9, 5)

  • Six hundred men, however, turned tail and escaped into the desert, to the Rock of Rimmon, and there they stayed for four months. (Judges 20, 47)

  • The man said to Eli, 'I have come from the camp. I escaped from the battle-line today.' 'My son,' said Eli, 'what happened?' (1 Samuel 4, 16)

  • Michal then let David down through the window, and he made off, took to flight and so escaped. (1 Samuel 19, 12)

  • One son of Ahimelech son of Ahitub alone escaped. His name was Abiathar, and he fled away to join David. (1 Samuel 22, 20)

  • At this, David made off with his men, about six hundred in number; they left Keilah and went where they could. When Saul was told that David had escaped from Keilah, he abandoned the expedition. (1 Samuel 23, 13)

  • David slaughtered them from dawn until the evening of the following day. No one escaped, except four hundred young men who mounted camels and fled. (1 Samuel 30, 17)

  • David asked him, 'Where have you come from?' 'I have escaped from the Israelite camp,' he said. (2 Samuel 1, 3)

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