1) This undervalued monograph containing 37 essays is published by Bloomsbury T & T Clark and running about 500 pages; some of the essays are by luminaries of OT scholarship that have published for example commentaries in the Old Testament Library -series that were ahead of their time, also an author such as John Barton edited the Oxford Bible Commentary of which I have a no-longer available, but OK working, digital copy elsewhere. (I don't promote all of the contributors, such as at least not Brueggemann.)
I suggest that if You'd do small very occasional marketing/publicity efforts I think the essays could draw attention to more works by the authors that are going to be sold by OakTree at some point when there will be more available here.
I know the acquisition of rights can't be imminent.
2) Exodus (1974) by Brevard S. Childs in the Old Testament Library older series by the publisher Westminster John Knox. Spoiler: I just accidentally bought a digital copy elsewhere, non-Bible-Study-software during the night between Thursday and Friday the 16.-17., (I thought the "Smile" program one-day campaign would be applied so that the contribution would have been tenfold during the campaign, but I realized the item was not eligible so that was all, I had thought everything was eligible, so not a cent went as charity to what I had pre-selected as receiver: International Council for Gender Studies, Waxahachie, TX. Also trying to find coupon-codes for any kind of discounts from the retailer was a complete mess even though duckduckgo listed a number of sites purporting to offer March 2017 coupon-codes but there were too many such sites.)
All info current - all edited - everywhere as of May 17. '20 and now I'm not going to post during May 17. '20 - until 1st half of Nov. | May 28. 2019: I had mentioned currencies in one comment here on the podcasts forum, my off-site elaboration of that is: https://www.christia...2#post-72312055 March. 4. 2019 and May 16. 2020 and this ongoing and next Decade: Not room for constantly carrying any sort of additional device more than at most a card payment terminal (carrying of that terminal only to happen on my free time, for those wishing to invest in me midst a society that has growing lack of concern for how people just like me ought to survive financially) without hole-damage to bag or by the whichever purchased content and indexcards I need to carry. Just own square meters, as well as future job: Office preferred; all free time tasks physically/geographically and time-slot wise separated from future paid job tasks. FB (always scroll down enough and remember my actual positions are by now stated with precision); but civil status is what it must be set as even though I'm not unattended to with regards to research attention and collaboration in everything most recently stated as my focuses here on Accordance forums: https://www.facebook...100009160762403 ...the first thing now is freely add me there!!, be also active on my wall! If You ever actually seriously and not needing to explicitly meet eye to eye yet many multiple more times, wish to confirm Your interest or tell me to call back, do so by sending a brief enough SMS who You are, thank You (the latter is they key for how You with foresight confirm to me that You are mine)! And view my brief Insta!
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The supercomputerpower for Synthetic-aperture radar I'm; for research and blessing it for total respect for women; rigging up now in July 2020 is an Epyc 7002 Octacore '19; SmartOS; one 3200 MHz 128 GB RAM new meaning made from same silicone unit, stick per CPU core each, for the one mounted processor, i.e. balanced configuration high-performance mode; considering alternative unit with GPU too it's just that Scientific latest technology is disproportionaly expensive costing twice as much as the entire just for the GPU with its board; ZFS filesystem with overprovisioning Intel.Optane latest interface, one SAS HDD 12 Gbps, with both of their all full backup for starters to the two 200 GB Enterprise Edition 14mm thick SSD internal storage disks 6 Gbps SAS interface; Infiniband PCIe 4.0. 27" monitor 2560x1440 pixels that consumes 44 Watts on operation and almost nothing turned off or in standby. And someone else local within this state will pay my electricity consumption invoice by direct bank withdrawal of theirs. Electrical power ratings: CPU 105 W, GPU board 25 W, Infiniband chip 5 W, all of what is inside the tower coming from the power supply 800 Watts Platinum standard 94% conversion efficiency, but I expect the tower to consume roughly 525 Watts, + the monitor 42 W. Am growing only my Accordance and print libraries,
further along that line dismissing what else to maintain/add to and deepen. Postponing the purchase of: BNPauly series (because of not yet getting to that level).
All of the following things are MISC.: Yet more by-voice performances for Fine Culture in which I'm still going to rather occasionally be honed from private tuition usually either workday or Sunday daytime one hour at the Royal Music Academy, additionally getting out to the City in the form of part of ensemble a very few Saturdays daytime.
Plus regular group rehearsals.Have got a DCH subscription in print, €75 per volume+small amount for shipping. Being an ovo-vegetarian and only buy eggs farmed ecologically from within max 175 miles from wherever I at any given time am, refuse any other source for protein even when offered food or at invitations or the like
. Best long past purchases: AYBC (2014-'15), NIV11-GKE. Biggest title 2017: OTL and parts of NTL (completed later what I needed when I got ot a few Accordance and print vols). Biggest title during 2018: https://twitter.com/...874763110559744
And under 2019: NICOT/NICNT. None enormous or high volume-count content purchases in '20-'21 due to research backlog and finally getting limitless Firefox web-browsing system.
I can safely be encouraged.
Ours being healthy
vendor lock-in: https://www.accordan...e-2#entry124374