Introductory Hebrew Grammar: Hebrew Syntax, Band 74;Band 881

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Seite 236 - Dillmann's commentaries are inimitable works for labour and insight, for the mass of their contents, as for the thoroughness and fineness of their scholarship. They form an indispensable basis for all further works on the same subjects. . . . There is not a living scholar of the Old Testament but follows him to his rest with the deepest reverence and gratitude.' — Bookman. St. Paul's Conception of Christ; or, The Doctrine of the Second Adam. Being the Sixteenth Series of the 'Cunningham Lectures.
Seite 195 - Charakter. Die Welt ist dumm, die Welt ist blind, Und dich wird sie immer verkennen; Sie weiss nicht, wie suss deine Kusse sind, Und wie sie beseligend brennen.
Seite 70 - And she said to her father, Let not my lord be angry that I cannot rise up before thee; for the manner of women is upon me.
Seite 195 - Wird taglich abgeschmackter ! Sie spricht von dir, mein schones Kind : Du hast keinen guten Charakter. Rem. 2. Even when words are given directly they are often introduced by '3 (13 recitativum). i K. i. 30 I sware saying 'nHK ^D< 7]33 V '3 " Sol. thy son shall reign after me.
Seite 238 - Such a title is calculated to arrest attention and awaken interest. Nor will any one who reads the book find his attention allowed to flag or his interest to wane, for the points discussed are in themselves most attractive and important, whilst the method of treatment is both vigorous and vivid.

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