her-un-too', Greek eis touto, "unto," "with a view to this" (1Pe 2:21, "For hereunto were ye called"): "hereunto" is supplied (Ec 2:25, "Who else can hasten hereunto more than I" the Revised Version (British and American) "who can have enjoyment," margin "hasten thereto").

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