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On Slaughter and Sacrifice, Blood and Atonement," HUCA 47 (1976).
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: AR, acute rejection; ATN, acute tubular necrosis; NTX, nephrotoxicity; CF-DNA, cell-free DNA; Tr-DNA, transrenal DNA or cell-free urine DNA; HUCA, Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias; tCF-DNA, total cell-free DNA; ddCF-DNA, donor-derived cell-free DNA; GE, genome equivalents; SRTP, stable renal transplantation patient; PCT, procalcitonin.
34) Alexander Gutman, "The Significance of Miracles for Talmudic Judaism," HUCA, Vol.
67-79 (Hebrew) and again in HUCA XL-XLI (1969-1970): 251-275; and S.
Lauterbach, HUCA II (1925): 351-380 (breaking the glass).
The example published here, and that published in HUCA 30, show the interaction of Seskalla with Lukalla (see the discussion of text 299 below), and they demonstrate the role of the merchants in negotiating the sale and purchase of goods on behalf of their clients.
Hallo, "Money and Merchants in Ur III," HUCA 30 (1959): 113f.
Liebrich, "Aspects of the New Year Liturgy," HUCA 34 (1963): 136-47; Naftali Widder, "Investigating Ancient Babylonian Practices," (Hebrew) Tarbiz 37 (1967-8): 135; Daniel Goldschmidt, Mahzor Le'Yamim Nora'im (Mahzor for the High Holidays), (N.
Hurowitz, "Isaiah's Impure Lips and Their Purification in Light of Akkadian Sources," HUCA 60 (1989): 39-89.
Leon Nemoy (New York, 1939-43), 2: 6-10; Nemoy translates the incident in his "Al-Qirqisani's Account of the Jewish Sects and Christianity," HUCA 7 (1930): 317-97.
Himmelfarb, "Heavenly Ascent and the Relationship of the Apocalypses and the Hekhalot Literature," HUCA 59 (1988): 73-100, esp.
The objective of the contract is to provide the HUCA periodicals, both paper and electronic format, necessary for the development of research, teaching and clinical nature of university and clinical practice.