Black Tilting Wall Mount Bracket for Olevia/Syntax 247TFHD LCD 47 inch HDTV TV

Black Tilting Wall Mount Bracket for Olevia/Syntax 247TFHD LCD 47 inch HDTV TV

Black Tilting Wall Mount Bracket for Olevia/Syntax 247TFHD LCD 47 inch HDTV TV

  • Color: Black
  • Wall Plate: 32″ x 8 7/8″ (Edge to Edge)
  • Tilt Feature: -15° Degrees – Variable Downward Tilt
  • Maximum Weight Capacity: 165 lbs
  • Mounting Instructions & Hardware Included

This is an Angle Adjustable Black Wall Mount Bracket for LCD and Plasma Televisions. This Wall Mount supports most* 37″ to 63″ flat panel screens and plasma TVs weighing up to 165 lbs. This mount is perfect for boardrooms, digital signage, or home theaters. Included are simple to align brackets and a unique wall plate that can be mounted to a variety of wall constructions including wood studs or concrete. This wall mount supports VESA mounting patterns up to 750×450 and a maximum weight of 165lbs. It is constructed of toughened steel with a durable scratch resistant Black finish. Also included is all mounting hardware and simple to follow installation instructions. *Mounting holes on television should be 28″ or less apart horizontally & 18.5″ or less apart vertically.

List Price: $ 57.98

Price: $ 57.98

Verbal Syntax in the Greek Pentateuch: Natural Greek Usage and Hebrew Interference

Verbal Syntax in the Greek Pentateuch: Natural Greek Usage and Hebrew Interference

  • Used Book in Good Condition

This book, the first study of verbal syntax to address the entire Greek Pentateuch, investigates the value of these translations as evidence for the history of the Greek language. The nature and degree of Hebrew interference are assessed, including analysis of Hebrew text components underlying all Greek verbal forms in the Pentateuch. This data allows new conclusions to be drawn on natural Greek usage of aspect, tense, and mood. Their implications extend well beyond the special issues of translation Greek, casting significant light on the development of the verbal system in the Koine period, the period in which a non-dialectic form of the Greek language was used, post-Alexander the Great.

List Price: $ 260.00

Price: $ 192.48

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