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Page 184 - of the Sacred tongues.'—Literary Churchman. 'We particularly call attention to this valuable work.'—Clergyman's Magazine. ' Dr. Cremer's work is highly and deservedly esteemed in Germany. It gives with care and thoroughness a complete history, as far as it goes, of each word and phrase that it deals with. . . . Dr. Cremer's explanations are most lucidly set out.'—Guardian.
Page 183 - DAVIDSON, MA, LL.D, PROFESSOR OF HEBREW, ETC., IN THE NEW COLLEGE, EDINBURGH. ' A text-book which has gone into its tenth edition needs no recommendation here. . . . Certain changes, in the introduction
Page 144 - A word which is used uniformly, or with few and intelligible exceptions, as the translation of the same Hebrew word, must be held to have in Biblical Greek the same meaning as that Hebrew word.
Page 183 - Edition, price 7s. 6d., AN INTRODUCTORY HEBREW GRAMMAR; With Progressive Exercises in Reading and Writing. By