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More denial of dictionary?

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in response to reader comment: More atrocious Arabic by ... Amin... who needs to stick to Urdu

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Jan 10, 2012 at 21:02

Ha ha - and how do you know THAT I do not know what a RECIEPT - is or isnt? There are even more words than Wasl.... for a receipt in Arabic.

This does not mean Istilaam does not mean RECIEPT either. And that is what you are denying. Unlike you ... also seems to be in Saudi

Page 99 of Al Mawrid and 426 of Hans Wehr. More denial of dictionary?

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