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Affricated Ṣade in the semitic languages.
(The American Academy for Jewish Research, 1982)
T. M. Johnstone. Harsusi Lexicon and English-Harsusi Word-List. London: OUP, 1977. Reviewed by Richard C. Steiner.
(Afroasiatic Linguistics, 1982)
You Can't Offer Your Sacrifice and Eat It Too: A Polemical Poem from the Aramaic Text in Demotic Script.
(University of Chicago Press, 1984-05)
A Paganized Version of Psalm 20:2-6 from the Aramaic Text in Demotic Script.
(American Oriental Society, 1983-01)
Yuqaṭṭil, Yaqaṭṭil, or Yiqaṭṭil: D-Stem Prefix-Vowels and a Constraint on Reduction in Hebrew and Aramaic.
(American Oriental Society, 1980-10)
The prefix-vowel of the Proto-Hebrew (and perhaps also the Proto-Aramaic) D-stem imperfect is not u or a, as is generally believed, but i. Evidence is adduced from the Babylonian reading tradition, and (for Proto-Hebrew ...
Lulav versus *lu/law: A Note on the Conditioning of *aw > ū in Hebrew and Aramaic.
(American Oriental Society, 1987-01)