A DEUTERONOMISTIC FORMULA

A DEUTERONOMISTIC FORMULA short notes 548 Traditional Techniques in Classical Hebrew Verse ( JSOTSup 170; She Y eld, 1994), p. 249. 10 For the variation of singular and plural, see H. Ringgren, “A Law of Stylistic Balance in Hebrew”, Horae Soederblomianae VI (Lund, 1964), pp. 9-14; A. Berlin, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (Bloomington, 1985), pp. 44-50. 11 J. Blenkinsopp, Isaiah 1-39 (AB 19; New York, 2000), p. 356. 12 This passage reoccurs with minor variations in Jer. xlviii 44; see W. McKane, Jeremiah II (ICC; Edinburgh, 1996), pp. 1195-96. 13 Like Isa. xxiv 18, which begins with pa ú ad , so Isa. viii 12-13 contains Ž ve refer- ences to fear ( yr " , three times) and dread ( ’ r § , twice). 14 W. W. McCullough, “Net”, IDB 3, pp. 539-40. A DEUTERONOMISTIC FORMULA < + > According to the latest Biblical Hebrew lexicon, HALAT , in its English version, the Qal verb is said to mean, when conjoined with another verb, “to do something carefully”. 1 As an example, Deut iv 6 is mentioned. Such an analysis is not new: in Gesenius’s dictionary of 1915 one reads: “M. folg. V.: acht geben und, d.h. etw. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vetus Testamentum Brill

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short notes 548 Traditional Techniques in Classical Hebrew Verse ( JSOTSup 170; She Y eld, 1994), p. 249. 10 For the variation of singular and plural, see H. Ringgren, “A Law of Stylistic Balance in Hebrew”, Horae Soederblomianae VI (Lund, 1964), pp. 9-14; A. Berlin, The Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism (Bloomington, 1985), pp. 44-50. 11 J. Blenkinsopp, Isaiah 1-39 (AB 19; New York, 2000), p. 356. 12 This passage reoccurs with minor variations in Jer. xlviii 44; see W. McKane, Jeremiah II (ICC; Edinburgh, 1996), pp. 1195-96. 13 Like Isa. xxiv 18, which begins with pa ú ad , so Isa. viii 12-13 contains Ž ve refer- ences to fear ( yr " , three times) and dread ( ’ r § , twice). 14 W. W. McCullough, “Net”, IDB 3, pp. 539-40. A DEUTERONOMISTIC FORMULA < + > According to the latest Biblical Hebrew lexicon, HALAT , in its English version, the Qal verb is said to mean, when conjoined with another verb, “to do something carefully”. 1 As an example, Deut iv 6 is mentioned. Such an analysis is not new: in Gesenius’s dictionary of 1915 one reads: “M. folg. V.: acht geben und, d.h. etw.

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