A Grammar of the Classical Arabic Language: Translated and Compiled from the Works of the Most Approved Native Or Naturalized Authorities, Parts 1-2

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Printed at the North-Western Provinces and Oudh Government Press, 1886 - Arabic language
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Page 596 - Thou art not the judge whose judgment is approved, nor the man of pure lineage, nor the possessor of intelligence and power of controversy, where Ax the J of the conjunct Jl may be incorporated into the ctx or not, contrary to the J of the p.
Page 596 - ... (IA, ML) Whoso ceases not to be thankful to God for what is with him is worthy of a life endowed with plenty (J): (3) the [verbal prop, whose v.
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