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Qere and Ketiv

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  1. perpetuum ("perpetual" Qere) differs from an ordinary Qere in that there is no note marker and no accompanying marginal note - these are certain commonly-occurring cases of Qere/Ketiv in which the reader is expected to understand that a Qere exists m

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  2. "is read"

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  3. The KJV Qere List

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  4. The Origins of Ketiv-Qere Readings

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  5. Qere perpetuum of the 3rd. fem. singular pronoun
    Qere perpetuum of the 3rd. fem. singular pronoun

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