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  1. Are there are plans to add the emendations and corrections to the NETS, as noted on the NETS website? http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/nets/edition/
  2. HALOT lists Num 22.34 under def. 1 as one of the instances of the root I-רעע. However, the Context window displays Num 22.32 when i cursor over this link. When i search the root רעע in HMT-W4, Num 22.34, which i saw in HALOT, does not appear at all. This discrepancy is very discomfiting. BDB complete, at def. 1, lists Je 24:2, 24:3 as instances of I-רעע. Clicking on the link to Num 24.2 gets no display in the Context window, and clicking on 24.3 displays 24.1. Either i'm doing something wrong, which is possible, or maybe Accordance needs to rework the two רעע roots carefully. But it seems i find one of these mistakes every time i use the program. In other words, there seem to be a *lot* of mistakes in Accordance's dictionaries. Can anyone explain why Num 22.34 doesn't appear in a search for רעע at all? What do other people have to say about how reliable Accordance is, really? John burnett.
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