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In today's mail - Silent Statements: Speech and Silence in Luke, by Michal Beth Dinkler. Review soon, @degruyter_TRS
Student Paper Badness: "Luke wishes to gloss over the whole incident as much as possible, mention of which was irrelevant to his arms."
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