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Peter Schäfer and Hans G. Kippenberg

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Edited by Christian Frevel and Christophe Nihan

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Paul R. Raabe

? Repeatedly the God of Israel is the verbal subject of the sentences. He is doing things in human history among the foreign nations. Therefore the question naturally arises: “What is the God of Israel up to? What are his actions, and what purposes will they serve?” Chapters 46, 48, and 49 clearly present

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Magnar Kartveit

, to the subsidiary subject, and to the connected implication system; and he uses “tenor” for the principal subject, for the implications connected with that subject, and for the resultant meaning of the expression in its context. On this background, it is no wonder that later authors use “tenor” and

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Wido van Peursen

preceding clause. Whether or not it does so, depends on an interplay of two mechanisms: inheritance and blocking. Kalkman identifies the syntactic phenomena that determine these mechanisms, such as constituent order or subject continuity or discontinuity. Another PhD student of Talstra, Oliver Glanz

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Diana Edelman

בגד would be a bet of cause, and the definite article before בגד would be intended to signal possession (Joüon §137f). The logical owner of the clothes would be the subject of the sentence, Michal. 4) Michal first arranged the bed’s canopy (כביר העזים) to obscure a clear view of the contents of