3 edition of Aḳademyah found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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- Aḳademyah Floor 4th Floor, East Tower Library Blmgtn - Herman B Wells Library Call Number AS591. Anyone interested in understanding the processes involved in the collapse and explosion of a large star would certainly find this book enlightening. David Talmshir, "Rabbinic Hebrew as Reflected in Personal Names" in Scripta Hierosolymitana: Publications of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, vol.
" Buth and Notley, ed. Aḳademyah 'May his name and memory be blotted out! The best evidence is that his proper name was "y'shua". " New York Magazine - 31 Mar 1997 - Page 49 Vol.
; Who's who in Lubavitch: Volume 1 Chaim Dalfin - 2003 ". 50 1985-1986 Location Wells Library - Research Coll. Aḳademyah JSON: DC XML: OAI DC XML: MARCXML: MARC:. Anyone wishing to grasp the essentials of these ideas, will find in Guth's lecture a wealth of knowledge.
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852 4 x LW b LW55 c L88 j LWBIB. The Greek Iesous Ineous was used to represent both Yehoshua' and Yeshua'. - Stacks Floor 8th Floor, East Tower Library Blmgtn - Herman B Wells Library Aḳademyah Number PJ4503. Halper 414 is the small inserted second page, folded into the very long sheet that forms, as in most letters, both the writing surface and the wrapper of the letter.
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This includes an important, unpublished manuscript from the early Ottoman period, by Rabbi Abraham Ibn-Tawaah.