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Harm, Harry. 1999. Checking a translation to be published on video. Notes on Translation 13(4):36–41.
Harm, Harry. 1998. A *star* CONNOT system. Notes on Translation 12(3):54–57.
Harm, Harry. 1997. Glossary of some terms used in Old Testament studies. Notes on Translation 11(4):46–51.
Harm, Harry. 1995. The function of double entendre in Ruth three. Journal of Translation and Textlinguistics 7(1):19–27.
Harm, Harry. 1990. Book reviews: When does transculturation equal contextualization? Notes on Translation 4(3):50–55.
Harm, Harry. 1987. Logic line in Jude: The search for syllogisms in a hortatory test (sic). Occasional Papers in Translation and Textlinguistics 1(3–4):147–172.
Harm, Harry. 1983. Word order in Jude. Selected Technical Articles Related to Translation 8:32–39.
Sorenson, Mark, and Harry Harm. 2007. Translation training for native sign language translators. Paper presented at Bible Translation Conference, Dallas, Texas, October 15–17, 2007.
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