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Pedoman transliterasi bahasa Arab : tabel transliterasi perbandingan dan daftar istilah-istilah bahasa Arab yang terpilih berhubung dengan studi Islam / susunan dan redaksi oleh Johannes den Heijer bekerja sama dengan Ab Massier = A Guide to Arabic transliteration : comparative transliteration tables and a list of selected Arabic terms related to Islamic studies / compiled and edited by Johannes den Heijer with the collaboration of Ab Massier
Bib ID 380842
Format BookBook
Edition Ed. dwibahasa. 
Description Jakarta : INIS, 1992 
xiii, 98 p. : 25 cm. 
ISBN 9798116151
Series

Seri INIS ; jil. 13.

Notes

Indonesian and English.

Subjects Arabic language - Transliteration.
Other authors/contributors Heijer, Johannes den  |  Massier, Ab
Also Titled

Guide to Arabic transliteration

Guide to Arabic transliteration.

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