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LiebermanGH 6, Margulies, LevR ad loc, LW2, 510b-511a sv pDWDBV' Schorr, He-Haluz 13, 1899, 116 (contra Buber, Aggur ibid n250, Fisch MGDeut ad loc). See CGL 3, 277 : dptccopooia 7 iuratio. — 35 — pttV^x, p:fax (33-34, 73) charge, accusation, from G k f o r m s : *eXoyiv, *evXoyiv ttXoysiov, elogium, v i a (~eiov) T h i s t e r m a p p e a r s in a n u m b e r of different f o r m s w h i c h h a v e h e r e b e e n set o u t a s follows ( 1 ) p t t ^ K ( 2 ) p f o l t . ( 1 ) pttV*K E x R 15.

12, 1 6 5 , M s C a m b 3 3 : 7*1*73K: dvridiKoi. v ( p T T D j ? (cf 4 p ^ T t t p ) . ) A g B e r 2 3 . 3 , 4 7 : O i p T W X ^b p w mo IV, t h e g o o d inclination w h i c h h a s n o adversary. AgBer 63 (64) 2, 128: p p n n M X l 7\lb m y>XXW, h a t i n g o n e a n o t h e r a n d b e i n g adversaries. In GenR 100. 9, 1294 8 9 the V WpYl&ap and t r t p l T D a p should be read: DipntMp, a mongeral form meaning contradictor, opponent (OLD 434b sv), formed out of contradico (OLD ibid sv) under the influence of O i p ^ T t t t X .

179, e t c . 3 Lieberman, apud LevR 876. Berger 692b-693a, and note also meaning "single disposition of a last will" (ibid), which may also be suited to our context. Cf AC 6, 117a (and ACSup 302a). On the loss 2 of the R, see Mayser l/l ,159-60, Gignac 1, 107-08. 0nc T,(as was in lex), nor with pntWUR (as was in LW 2, 11a). 0 OhltnpO'K (97) scribe: scri

tor Y K e t 12. 3 , 3 5 b 2 6 : m & n p O ' X p n (sic e d p r i n c ) , t h e t w o s c r i b e s . A g B e r ( 5 8 ) 5 9 , 1 1 8 : p w n p 0 * X , scribes.

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