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Here is a list of some well-known commentaries on Ghalib' Urdu divan:
Osborne has been professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Illinois since 1977, and during the course of his distinguished career has written many commentaries on the books of the New Testament.
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The introduction begins with brief remarks on Averroes's career as commentator and the dating of the long commentaries. The account is concise and to the point, although it may be noted that Sarah Stroumsa has recently questioned the veracity of al-Marr[a.bar]kush[i.bar]'s oft-cited report of Averroes's encounters with Ab[u.bar] Ya'q[u.bar]b, the Almohad ruler.
This stunning work completes the quadrilateral of recent major Markan commentaries including John R.
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Though these commentaries are quite scholarly, they also keep in mind theological practicality for the reader.
Published five years after Paolo Proccaccioli's edition of Landino's commentary, the first in the series of commentaries produced by the Edizione Nazionale dei Commenti Danteschi, this new edition of Vellutello's "nova espositione" offers students of the commentary tradition a superb critical apparatus with which to assess Vellutello's achievement.
Commentaries on Aristotle's "On Sense and What Is Sensed" and "On Memory and Recollection." Translated with introductions and notes by Kevin White and Edward M.
His cognate voluminous biblical commentaries are likewise enriched by the secular learning he brought to bear on sacred texts.
YOUR article of 'BBC's sound plan for Dragons' (Daily Post, July 18) about the extension of the area that will be able to listen to live radio commentaries on Wrexham's matches this season attributes the service to BBC Radio Cymru.
First published by the publisher Micah in 1954, the book was reissued in 1982 with six lengthy commentaries by noted theologians.