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Writer: collage Books
Date of ebook: 1962
Edition: first Printing
Condition: Very Good/Good
Description: eightvo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Copyright date 1962 first printing volumes within the slipcase blue and tan textile over forums with gold and black lettering and layout at the entrance and at the backbone. Brown within covers back and front. gentle foxing the 1st few pages. Blue tent to the pinnacle web page edges no tears or bent pages nor any writing either volumes coated within the plastic hide a few mild put on to the toe of the books. Slipcase has put on alongside for edges. mild soiling to the head slipcase, put on alongside the backbone corners. The lifestyles tale and educating of the best poet-Saint ever to seem within the heritage of Buddhism. Books textual content are shiny and fresh, tight binding, an exceptional set of books. <
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An Arabic-English Vocabulary of the Colloquial Arabic of Egypt: Containing the Vernacular Idioms and Expressions, Slang Phrases, Etc., Etc., Used by the Native Egyptians by Socrates Spiro