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The Jewish Encyclopedia (1907)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
Deut. iii. 23– -- * - Bebukkotai 46 Wa'etha- £2, Hebrew and Judaeo-German texts, and containing ( Lev. xxvi.
Comprising Full Information on Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Subjects. With Several Hundred Maps and Illustrations by Lyman Abbott, Thomas Jefferson Conant
(Deut. 14. 22-28). (y) First-fruits of corn, wine, and oil (at least one-sixtieth, generally one-fortieth, for the priests) to ...
Being the Most Comprehensive and Concise of Any Before Published. In which Any Word Or Passage of Scripture May be Easily Found; the Signification is Given of All Proper Names of Men, Women, Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Cities, Towns, Rivers, Mountains, Precious Stones, and Other Things Mentioned in Scripture. Together with the Different Acceptations of Scripture Words; a Definition of Gospel Doctrines; and Several Types and Figures Opened. ... by John Butterworth
Deut.10.9. L. hath no part|21.5. L. not come near 33.8. of L.
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