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pressed; but the text can hardly be correct); perhaps also Is 6618 (cf., however, Delitzsch on the passage, which is certainly corrupt).[1] On Gn 2313 (לוּ with the imperative), see §110e.

 [167c3. We may mention as instructive examples of involved series of sentences Gn 2414 and v.42 ff., and Gn 286 ff.

  1. On the other hand, from the Semitic point of view the various kinds of compound sentences are not to be regarded as instances of anacoluthon, e.g. Gn 1714.17, nor even Gn 3140 (cf. §143).