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29 So kai the ho city polis was filled pimplēmi with the ho confusion synchusis, and te they rushed hormaō with a single homothumadon purpose into eis the ho theater theatron, dragging synarpazō with them Gaius Gaios and kai Aristarchus Aristarchos, Macedonians Makedōn, traveling-companions synekdēmos of Paul Paulos. 30 But de when Paul Paulos wanted boulomai to go eiserchomai in among eis the ho people dēmos, the ho disciples mathētēs would not ou let eaō him autos. 31 And de also kai some tis of the ho Asiarchs Asiarchēs, being eimi friendly philos to him autos, sent pempō to pros him autos and urged parakaleō him not to commit didōmi himself heautou to eis the ho theater theatron.

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