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  • But the king made a record of what was done: and Mardochai also committed the memory of the thing to writing. (Esther 12, 4)

  • And they break out into so great madness, as to endeavour to undermine by lies such as observe diligently the offices committed to them, and do all things in such manner as to be worthy of all men's praise, (Esther 16, 5)

  • Then many of the people were gathered to them that had forsaken the law of the Lord: and they committed evils in the land: (1 Maccabees 1, 55)

  • Then he committed the country to Alcimus, and left with him troops to help him. So Bacchides went away to the king: (1 Maccabees 7, 20)

  • And that they committed their government to one man every year, to rule over all their country, and they all obey one, and there is no envy, nor jealousy amongst them. (1 Maccabees 8, 16)

  • And as for any oversight or fault committed unto this day, we forgive it, and the crown which you owed: and if any other thing were taxed in Jerusalem, now let it not be taxed. (1 Maccabees 13, 39)

  • And he committed a great treachery in Israel, and rendered evil for good. (1 Maccabees 16, 17)

  • And these indeed called upon al- mighty God, to preserve the things that had been committed to them, safe and sure for those that had committed them. (2 Maccabees 3, 22)

  • But when the enmities proceeded so far, that murders also were committed by some of Simon's friends: (2 Maccabees 4, 3)

  • And being inflamed to anger, he commanded Andronicus to be stripped of his purple, and to be led about through all the city: and that in the same place wherein he had committed the impiety against Onias, the sacrilegious wretch should be put to death, the Lord repaying him his deserved punishment. (2 Maccabees 4, 38)

  • Now when many sacrileges had been committed by Lysimachus in the temple by the counsel of Menelaus, and the rumour of it was spread abroad, the multitude gathered themselves together against Lysimachus, a great quantity of gold being already carried away. (2 Maccabees 4, 39)

  • But being accused for this to Eupator by his friends, and being oftentimes called traitor, because he had left Cyprus which Philometor had committed to him, and coming over to Antiochus the Illustrious, had revolted also from him, he put an end to his life by poison. (2 Maccabees 10, 13)

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