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" And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded the inhabitants thereof, who lived in affluence, to obey our apostle; but they acted corruptly therein: wherefore the sentence was justly pronounced against that city; and we destroyed it with an utter... "
Ibn Khallikan's Biographical Dictionary - Page 482
by Ibn Khallikān - 1843
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed, Volume 2

1821
...the man's groans, un- sect. IV. p. 137. bound him, and let him escape : upon i' See ibid. p. 1 17. to destroy a city, we commanded the inhabitants thereof,...sentence was justly pronounced against that city; and we destroyed it with an utter destruction. And how many generations have we consumed since NOAH ? for...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed : Translated Into English ...

George Sale - 1856 - 649 pages
...I urden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent un apostle to warn them. And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded...sentence was justly pronounced against that city ; and we destroyed it with an utter destruction. And how many generations have we consumed since Noah 7 for...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed

1856 - 649 pages
...1 urden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent an apostle to warn them. And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded...sentence was justly. pronounced against that city; and we destroyed it with an utter destruction. And how many generations have we consumed since Noah? for...
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The Koran, Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed

1860 - 802 pages
...we resolved to destroy a city, wo commanded the inhabitants thereof, who lived in affluence, to oley our apostle ; but they acted corruptly therein : wherefore...sentence was justly pronounced against that city; and we destroyed it with an utter destruction. And how many generations have we consumed since Noah? for...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed, Part 121

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1867 - 648 pages
...64. burden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent an apostle to warn them. And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded...acted corruptly therein : wherefore the sentence was just/y pronounced against that city ; and we destroyed it with an utter destruction. And how many generations...
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The Koran: Commonly Called the Alcoran of Mohammed; Translated Into English ...

1871 - 650 pages
...• urden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent nn apostle to warn them. And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded...the inhabitants thereof, who lived in affluence, to oley our apostle ; but they acted corruptly therein : wherefore the sentence wa» justly pronounced...
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A comprehensive commentary on the Qurán, comprising Sale's tr. and ..., Volume 3

Elwood Morris Wherry - 1882
...burden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent an apostle to warn them. (17) And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded the inhabitants thereof, who live in affluence, to obey our apostle ; but they acted corruptly therein : wherefore the sentence...
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A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurán, Volume 3

Elwood Morris Wherry - 1885
...burden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent an apostle to warn them. (17) And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded the inhabitants thereof, who live in affluence, to obey our apostle ; but they acted corruptly therein : wherefore the sentence...
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A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurán: Comprising Sale's ..., Volume 3

Elwood Morris Wherry - 1896
...warn them. (17) And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded the inhabitants thereof, who live in affluence, to obey our apostle ; but they acted...wherefore the sentence was justly pronounced against tliat city ; and we destroyed it with an utter destruction. (18) And how many generations have we consumed...
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A Comprehensive Commentary on the Quran: Comprising Sale's Translation ...

1896
...burden of another. We did not punish any people, until we had first sent an apostle to warn them. (17) And when we resolved to destroy a city, we commanded the inhabitants thereof, who live in affluence, to obey our apostle ; but they acted corruptly therein : wherefore the sentence...
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