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SB 10.57.11

so ’pi kṛtodyamaṁ jñātvā
 bhītaḥ prāṇa-parīpsayā
sāhāyye kṛtavarmāṇam
 ayācata sa cābravīt
Synonyms: 
saḥ — he (Śatadhanvā); api — also; kṛta-udyamam — preparing Himself; jñātvā — learning; bhītaḥ — frightened; prāṇa — his life air; parīpsayā — wishing to save; sāhāyye — for assistance; kṛtavarmāṇam — Kṛtavarmā; ayācata — he entreated; saḥ — he; ca — and; abravīt — said.
Translation: 
Upon learning that Lord Kṛṣṇa was preparing to kill him, Śatadhanvā was struck with fear. To save his life he approached Kṛtavarmā and begged him for help, but Kṛtavarmā replied as follows.