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David Marcus, "Aramaic Mnemonics in Codex Leningradensis"
George Howard, "A Response to William L. Petersen's Review of Hebrew Gospel of Matthew"
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M. P. Weitzman, The Syriac Version of the Old Testament: An Introduction (Jerome Lund, reviewer)
Eberhard W. Güting and David L. Mealand, Asyndeton in Paul: A Text-critical and Statistical Inquiry into Pauline Style (D. C. Parker, reviewer)
Philip W. Comfort and David P. Barrett, eds., The Complete Text of the Earliest New Testament Manuscripts (D. C. Parker, reviewer)