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    One shortcoming that we hope to remedy in the future is that, of the
    What to search for and Where to search. The What comes first and must
    respectively, by Ctrl-R and Ctrl-E, and you can change between the two
    11.2 BOOLEAN a "AND" b SEARCH
    2 have been combined into, respectively, n-shmuel, n-melachim, and
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    permission to quote any substantial part of it, like any other
    clipboard. You must now transfer it from there to your Windows
    document as "ASCII-Hebrew", we mean IBM-standard, ASCII-encoded
    to display

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    (festival) will also find mu`ad (an animal with a previous history of
    Please remember: It is essential, when entering a search command, that
    which defines what MTR should look for, and the scope of the search
    searching forward in such a case, you must press <+>.
    himself called these divisions "books" and what we are referring to as
    also hope that you will see steady improvements to the program with
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    Sometimes you will want to search for any of several words or phrases.
    them accordingly.
    Ctrl-E switches the search

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    You switch to Onqelos by pressing Alt-T. This only works at the main
    and, if there is a further occurrence, the text display jumps to its
    Sometimes you will want to search for instances of two or more words
    where #,# are the chapter and verse numbers.
    keyboard-layout. You should take time to familiarize yourself with
    A2.3 THE ISRAELI STANDARD FOR ASCII-HEBREW
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    or restrictive we can make it in terms of allowing or precluding
    they formed one word.
    Do NOT use DOS's EDIT with MTRTSR. Doing so will crash your system.
    phrase

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    book) with a reference identifying its location in the book.
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    entire verse is displayed, but in isolation from its context. The keys
    represent the Hebrew alphabet.
    have a Hebrew printer-font).
    23.5 TALMUD BAVLI
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    search expression, enclosed in quotes, as usual, to define what MTR
    Now look for: "yom tov sheni" without "bazzeman hazzeh". Enter:
    put a minus sign before each quoted term that you want to
    Hebrew letters in English according to the transliteration scheme shown
    4 stopping and repeating a search

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    search results to a file and then load that file into your word
    means that your search results will disappear from the screen too
    <Alt-X> Changes to the next book (Mishnah, if installed).
    correctly printed on any printer, and being intelligible when viewed
    Upon exiting, MTR saves the current history list (up to 1000
    "A" (Ayin) is to be distinguished from "a" (alef) here, and
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    that they contain Hebrew text; to a computer, they are no different
    to go to: search for:
    version.

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