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Re: orion-list Re: self-definition

Irv Diamond wrote:
>How did you locate the stuff from Gmirkin,  Cryer, and Peterson ?

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	You may notice that the first post of alkraemer@hotmail.com began
with a rendition of Cryer's posts, to which I responded then and recently.
	Can alkraemer@hotmail.com provide examples of ancient etymologies
solved by statistics? And what is the method? If statistics are relevant,
is the complete lack of ancient support of Aramaic xasayya for Essenes
worth taking into account? Does Asidaioi especially match Essenes? Did
Josephus link them? Can anyone give examples where Greek endings -hnoi and
-anoi in one term clearly come, respectively, from Aramaic absolute plural
and determinate plural forms? What does the ratio of usages of 'osey
hatorah to usages of bny 'wr matter if the latter is not a candidate for
this etymology? What relevance do alkraemer@hotmail.com's mentions of
"fonts" and R. Eisenman on Belial have here? Have you read the current DSD
on David and ma'ase hatorah saying the community regarded doing torah as

best wishes,

Stephen Craft Goranson
Durham, North Carolina

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