יידיש-ענגלישעס ווערטערבוך: With a Treatise on Yiddish Reading, Orthography and Dialectical Variations

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Harkavy, 1898 - Yiddish language - 351 pages
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Page 6 - God of Israel, on my right hand is Michael, and on my left Gabriel ; before me is Uriel, and behind me is Raphael ; and over my head is the DIVINE PRESENCE.
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