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    can then exit MTR, rerun it as shown above, and repeat your search to
    It is possible to restrict the scope of a search (i.e. where MTR should
    no problem to MTR and can be entered, as is, in a search term since
    the mishnah numbers here are not the same as you may be used to from
    version. If you run the installation-diskette program or MTRDEL
    <a href=http://www.lesbricolesdemamzellelilou.com>pozycjonowanie strony</a>
    Note: If you prefer experimenting to reading manuals, you will at least
    the Bible, we call them volumes -- and the same goes for the "Halachot"
    <PgUp> Moves

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on October 04, 2013

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can then exit MTR, rerun it as shown above, and repeat your search to
It is possible to restrict the scope of a search (i.e. where MTR should
no problem to MTR and can be entered, as is, in a search term since
the mishnah numbers here are not the same as you may be used to from
version. If you run the installation-diskette program or MTRDEL
<a href=http://www.lesbricolesdemamzellelilou.com>pozycjonowanie strony</a>
Note: If you prefer experimenting to reading manuals, you will at least
the Bible, we call them volumes -- and the same goes for the "Halachot"
<PgUp> Moves text-window up one page (text scrolls downwards).
MTR.COM (or MTRE.COM with English help) is a simple DOS-based search
2. Switch to MTR and mark the block of text you wish to export as
halachah, verse, daf, etc.) as your search term.
Ctrl-X exits a search, or, from a main page, exits the program,
mastered the use of MTR. They are:
the newer versions of MTR under Windows 9x.
(This is the classic, Aramaic translation of the Torah by Onqelos.)
<a href=http://www.lesbricolesdemamzellelilou.com/pozycjonowanie.html>reklama na strony</a>
again.
Mechon Mamre, 12 Hayyim Vital St., Jerusalem ISRAEL
of any other commonly accepted standard for punctuation of the Bible,
23.4 TALMUD YERUSHALMI
6 other files
3 concordance/text-browsing mode
the Hebrew letter n. To search the Order Mo`ed in the Mishnah, define
Every language has its share of instances where two quite different
would be a good point, if you have been reading this without attempting

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