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The relevance of certain Semiticisms in the Gothic New Testament

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The relevance of certain Semiticisms in the Gothic New Testament. / Wolfe, Brendan Nathanial.

In: NOWELE | North-Western European Language Evolution, Vol. 71, No. 2, 12.01.2017.

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Wolfe, BN 2017, 'The relevance of certain Semiticisms in the Gothic New Testament' NOWELE | North-Western European Language Evolution, vol. 71, no. 2.

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Wolfe BN. The relevance of certain Semiticisms in the Gothic New Testament. NOWELE | North-Western European Language Evolution. 2017 Jan 12;71(2).

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Wolfe, Brendan Nathanial. / The relevance of certain Semiticisms in the Gothic New Testament. In: NOWELE | North-Western European Language Evolution. 2017 ; Vol. 71, No. 2.

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