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Pentateuch with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth and prayers for Sabbath and Rashi's commentary by M. Rosenbaumset
Pentateuch, with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth and Rashi's commentary, Leviticus by Rashi1
Pentateuch with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth and Rashi's Commentary: Leviticus by M. Rosenbaum and A. M. Silbermann3
Pentateuch with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth and Rashi's Commentary: Numbers by M. Rosenbaum and A. M. Silbermann4
Pentateuch with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth, prayers for Sabbath and Rashi's commentary / Vol.5, Deuteronomy by Rev. M. Rosenbaum and Dr. A. M. Silbermann5

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  1. A Torah commentary for our times by Harvey J. Fields (1991)
  2. The Soncino Chumash by A. Cohen (1947)
  3. The Pentateuch and Rashi's Commentary A Linear Translation Into English Numbers (Shemot) Exodus by Rabbi Abraham Ben Isaiah & Rabbi Benjamin Sharfman (1977)
  4. The Pentateuch and Rashi's Commentary A Linear Translation Into English Leviticus (Vayikra) by Rabbi Benjamin Rabbi Abraham and Sharfman Isaiah (1949)
  5. THE PENTATEUCH AND RASHI'S COMMENTARY. A Linear Translation Into English. FIVE VOLUMES. Vol I Genesis; Vol II Exodus; Vol III Leviticus; Vol IV Numbers; Vol V Deuteronomy by Rabbi Abraham Ben and Rabbi Benjamin Sharfman. Isa (1949)
  6. Book of Joshua: A New English Translation of the Text and Rashi, With a Commentary Digest = Sefer Yehoshua (Judaica Books of the Prophets) by Rashi (1980)
  7. The birth of the Torah by Edward Zerin (1962)
  8. The JPS Torah Commentary: Leviticus by Baruch A. Levine (1989)
  9. Pentateuch with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth, prayers for Sabbath and Rashi's commentary by Rashi
  10. The Chumash: The Stone Edition (Artscroll Series) by Nosson Scherman (1993)
  11. Studies in Devarim (Deuteronomy) by Nehama Leibowitz (1980)
  12. Surpassing Wonder: The Invention of the Bible and the Talmuds by Donald Harman Akenson (1998)
  13. The Torah, a Modern Commentary by W. Gunther Plaut (1981)
  14. Torah: The Five Books of Moses by Jewish Publication Society of America (1962)
  15. Pentateuch with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth and Rashi's Commentary [Volume 4, NUMBERS/BaMidbar]] by Translated and Annotated by Rev. M. Rose

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