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  • n. Unit of mass or volume in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent.

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  • Sorcery: The term sihr is also used by the Qur'an to refer to sorcery or the so-called black magic.

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  • Magic: The Qur'an uses the term sihr to refer to both magic and sorcery.

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  • "We wihll snare your quarry, sihr," Chaa assured Co­erlis.

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  • "I am always concerned when your safety is ihn­volved, sihr."

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  • "I am always concerned when your safety is ihn'volved, sihr."

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  • "We wihll snare your quarry, sihr," Chaa assured Co-erlis.

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  • INVALID SOURCES OF KNOWLEDGEMagic, sihr; sorcery, sihr; astrology, tanjiim; foretelling, kahanat & tatayur; and other forms of superstition are not sources of true knowledge.

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  • "It is as we essayed status from orbiht, sihr, and con­fihrmed durihng descent.

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  • "It is as we essayed status from orbiht, sihr, and con-fihrmed durihng descent.

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