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البعرة تدل على البعير

English translation: Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie

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Arabic term or phrase:البعرة تدل على البعير
English translation:Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie
Entered by: Muhammad Atallah

15:38 Mar 21, 2010
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Arabic term or phrase: البعرة تدل على البعير
المثل العربي
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Local time: 16:12
Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie
Explanation:
Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie
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Egypt
Local time: 16:12
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5 +5Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie
Muhammad Atallah


  

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Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie


Explanation:
Where the deer is slain, there will some of his blood lie


    Reference: http://books.google.com.eg/books?id=7PMZJqSR4sAC&pg=PA136&lp...
Muhammad Atallah
Egypt
Local time: 16:12
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in category: 60
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شكرا

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agree  Hani Hassaan
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agree  Zoubida Hamdaoui
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agree  Dr. Mohamed Elkhateeb
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agree  Fuad Yahya: Very nice
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agree  Timothy Brooks: Perfect English.
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