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Torah : the eighty steps : the innate structure revealed : with the Haftarot and Sabbath prayers.
Torah, the eighty steps
Eighty steps, the innate structure revealed
Bible. Pentateuch. English. 2019.
The Sadka-Rabinowicz English translation edition.
First English edition.
Tel Aviv-Yafo (Israel)-place of publication
Sadka, Saul, 1981- (editor)
Tel Aviv : Ktav
Brooklyn, NY : distributed by KTAV Publishing House, Inc.
On title page: 2019 - 5759.
Edited by Saul Sadka.
Includes bibliographical references.
Pentateuch in Hebrew and English
Haftarot and Sabbath prayers in Hebrew only
supplementary material in English.
, 557, lxi pages : color table
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The Pentateuch, Haphtorahs and prayers for Sabbath ... : to which is added tables shewing the time of commencing Sabbath, and dates on which the portions of the Pentateuch and Haphtorahs are read for the ensuing twenty years.Book
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