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References Bosworth, Joseph & George Waring (eds.). 1888. The Gothic and Anglo-Saxon Gospels in parallel columns with the versions of Wycliffe and Tyndale. London: Reeves & Turner. Crawford, S. J. (ed.). 1922. The Old English version of the Heptateuch, Aelfric's treatise on the Old and New Testament and his Preface to Genesis. (EETS, o.s. 160.) London: Oxford University Press. DOE = Dictionary of Old English A - G on CD-ROM. Fascicle G and Fascicles A to F (with revisions). Dictionary of Old English web corpus. Holt, Robert

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