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Arabic legal terminology in Judaeo-Arabic : loanwords or loan shifts ?

Phillip I. Ackerman-Lieberman, Vanderbilt University

Volume 44 (2017), pages 1-10

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Bedouin dialects of the Sinai: a review article

Frank H. Stewart, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Volume 44 (2017), pages 169-220

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Colloquial Arabic written in Hebrew characters on Israeli websites by Druzes (and other non-Jews)

Amir Gaash, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Volume 44 (2017), pages 109-126

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Discussing the use of dialect versus standard Arabic in Lenīn al-Ramlī's Ḥaṣāwī-skits and other texts

Gabriel M. Rosenbaum, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Volume 44 (2017), pages 37-66

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Étude statistique des formes dérivées et de leurs valeurs sémantiques à travers un corpus d'arabe moderne de presse

Marie Baize-Varin, Écoles militaires de Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan, Université Rennes II

Volume 44 (2017), pages 127-162

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Polyfunctional Latin graphemes used in writing the spoken Arabic of Siirt

George Grigore, University of Bucharest

Volume 44 (2017), pages 97-108

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Spoken late Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic as reflected in written forms

Benjamin Hary, New York University

Volume 44 (2017), pages 11-36

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The word xamsah: additions and corrections: addendum to JSAI 38 (2011)

Frank H. Stewart, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Volume 44 (2017), pages 163-168

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Writing Palestinian dialects: the case of Ḥikāyat al-xunfusāʾ

Ori Shachmon, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Volume 44 (2017), pages 67-96

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