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  2. Jacques Berlinerblau
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/hbr.2004.0015
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  1. The Oven Of Achnai Re-Deconstructed
  2. Nachman Levine
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  1. The Brenner School and the Agnon School in Hebrew Literature of the Twentieth Century
  2. Ortsion Bartana
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  1. On the Formation of Tiberian Hebrew Imperatives, Evidence from Spirantization
  2. Itsik Pariente
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  1. Screaming Words into the White: The Poetics of Fragmentation in Leah Goldberg's End-Of-Life Poetry
  2. Yoseph Milman
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  1. "Hearing Jeremiah": Perception and Cognition in Jeremiah 1:1-2:2
  2. Elizabeth Hayes
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  1. "The Time of Testing": The Use of Hebrew Scriptures in 4Q171's Pesher of Psalm 37
  2. David Katzin
  3. pp. 121-162
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  1. Spanish Biblical Hebrew Manuscripts
  2. Mª Teresa Ortega-Monasterio
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  1. Three Midrashim and Their Exegetic Method
  2. Yochanan Breuer
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  2. Aryeh Wineman
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  1. "Az Terem"—A Piyyut by Yochanan Hacohen: A Kedushtha for the Shavuʿot Festival Morning
  2. Abraham I. Shafir
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/hbr.2004.0002
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  1. A Second Look at Double Preverbal Constituents
  2. Nicholas A. Bailey
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  1. The New Rabbinic Bible: A Quantum Leap
  2. Mayer I. Gruber
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  1. Beyond Babel: A Handbook for Biblical Hebrew and Related Languages (review)
  2. Dennis Pardee
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  2. Tamar Zewi
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  2. Hélène Dallaire
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  2. Tamar Zewi
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  2. Galia Hatav
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  2. Randall Buth
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  2. Joel S. Kaminsky
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  2. Victor H. Matthews
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  2. Aren M. Maeir
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  1. Injustice Made Legal: Deuteronomic Law and the Plight of Widows, Strangers, and Orphans in Ancient Israel (review)
  2. Gerald A. Klingbeil
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  1. The Open Book and the Sealed Book: Jeremiah 32 in its Hebrew and Greek Recensions (review)
  2. James E. Bowley
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  2. Rob Kugler
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  2. M. Daniel Carroll R.
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  2. Matthew Goff
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  2. Mignon R. Jacobs
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  2. Matthias Henze
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  2. Amir Harrak
  3. pp. 349-351
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  2. Alexander Sima
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  2. Luis Díez Merino
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  1. The Septuagint as Christian Scripture: Its Pre-History and the Problem of Its Canon (review)
  2. D. Andrew Teeter
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  2. Herbert Bronstein
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  2. James E. Bowley
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  2. Esperanza Alfonso
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  2. Monica S. Devens
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  2. R. W. Szpiech
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  1. Periodicals, Collected Essays, and Brief Notices
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  1. Leviticus 23-27: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (review)
  2. Pamela Barmash
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  1. Isaiah 56-66: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary (review)
  2. H. G. M. Williamson
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  1. Books Received — 2004
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