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English: An Arabic-English Lexicon Derived from the Best and the Most Copious Eastern Sources, Comprising a Very Large Collection of Words and Significations Omitted in the KÌ£aÌmoos with Supplements to Its Abridged and Defective Explanations, Ample Grammatical and Critical Comments, and Examples in Prose and Verse.
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