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May Thy Presence Be Ours

Author: R. Romanov

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Author: P. Rogozin

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Translator: Don C. Rawson

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Text Information

First Line: May thy presence be ours in full measure
Title: May Thy Presence Be Ours
Author: R. Romanov
Author: P. Rogozin
Translator: Don C. Rawson (alt.)
Notes: Text by "R. Romanov or P. Rogozin"
Copyright: adaptation copyright 1979 by Zionic Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission.


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