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By Elizabeth A. Rozanski

This booklet presents the busy veterinary practitioner with a advisor to coping with emergency and significant care occasions. lifestyles threatening difficulties has to be dealt with instantly and judgements need to be made fast concerning diagnostic and therapies. for simple reference, the textual content is equipped by way of body-system and covers all crucial components, together with cardiac emergencies, respiration misery, neurological emergencies, trauma and poisoning. This booklet could be priceless to veterinarians in perform and dealing in emergency clinics. it's going to additionally entice veterinary scholars and nurses.

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Attempting to break with a narrowly conceived form-critical approach, Martin used the term 'morphology' to designate his methodology. Diachronic considerations were downplayed; he was one of the first biblical scholars to speak of his interests as synchronic. Various patterns of speech in Hosea were analyzed: narrative and poetry, speech by God (relatively personal and symbolic) and speech by the prophet (relatively impersonal and descriptive), speech addressed to Israel (most frequently positive, except for a few formulations) and speech referring to Israel (most frequently negative), and announcements grounded in human behavior (threatening) and others grounded in a divine decision (supportive).

Nevertheless, Gunkel's desire to contextualize biblical texts in their respective settings in ancient life as well as the recognition that literary and sociological investigations should accompany historical research still (or perhaps again) motivates many biblical scholars today which lends a relevance to this study that goes beyond the level of mere curiosity with regard to the history of biblical interpretation. 1 Thus it becomes immediately evident, that the 'Old Testament' was never intended as a compendium of all preceding literature, but was rather designed for very specific religious purposes.

Like many other emotional expressions in antiquity, mourning over the dead was cast in very specific forms. One fasts, puts ashes on one's head, and puts on sackcloth. Then, according to a custom that also exists among many other peoples, a dirge is sung to the accompaniment of a flute, the dead is praised, and his death is lamented. There were hired mourners who knew well how to mourn. We are particularly well informed about the genre of dirge, since we have David's sublime lament over Saul's and Jonathan's demise (2 Sam.

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