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Registration of a CT-like atlas to fluoroscopic X-ray images using intensity correspondences
The results show that the reconstruction method is on par with the state of the art in reconstruction of ex vivo femurs, and the results demonstrate that the method is effective in realistic simulations of the in vivo scenario.
The effect of growth hormone on the healing of experimental bone defects.
The effect of growth Hormone on the Healing of Experimental Bone Defects and its role in the development of Orthopaedic Surgeons is illustrated.
Can Biblical Texts be Dated Linguistically? Chronological Perspectives in the Historical Study of Biblical Hebrew
One of the outstanding contributions of nineteenth century scholarship to the modern study of the Old Testament (OT) in the domain of "Lower Criticism" was the establishing of an historical approach
Once Again: The Linguistic Profile of the Priestly Material in the Pentateuch and its Historical Age. A Response to J. Blenkinsopp
J. Blenkinsopp conteste le fait que le code sacerdotal est primitivement un produit de la periode du premier Temple. Il cherche a discrediter la validite des distinctions linguistiques variees bien
Callus formation after acute brain damage.
Dating the Priestly Source in Light of the Historical Study of Biblical Hebrew. A Century after Wellhausen
Die Titelfrage wurde im Jahrhundert der ZAW beinahe einstimmig beantwortet: Dtnl,3; 32,48-52; 34,la.7-9 stammen von P. Dabei war die Vorstellung leitend, daß P bis zur Landnahme gereicht oder doch
A Concise Lexicon of Late Biblical Hebrew
The eighty lexical entries exemplify a diachronic investigation of Late Biblical Hebrew, which reflects the transition period from the Hebrew Bible to Talmudic literature. Together with relevant
The Recent Debate on Late Biblical Hebrew: Solid Data, Experts' Opinions, and Inconclusive Arguments
It is widely recognized that the sixth century B.C.E. marks a significant turning point in the history of Biblical Hebrew. The books written after this point reveal new linguistic features whose