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As the "minimal" vowel of Israeli Hebrew, e is the vowel most likely to break unpronounceable consonant clusters, and to be affected by casual vowel deletion. Both e-insertion and casual deletion are automatic, which suggests that e may be characterized as phonetically...
After briefly indicating the referential and discourse-rhetorical functions of apposition between a personal name (PN) and a "class noun" (CN) in biblical Hebrew, the article singles out, for detailed discussion, a particular set of instances defined as the x-CN x-PN string: that is, intances...
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