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مفاصل المجرة


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10:04 Mar 27, 2007
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Arabic to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / Morocco, court letter
Arabic term or phrase: مفاصل المجرة
Context: وذلك في إطار مسطرة قضائية فيها أكثر من 90 وثيقة منظمة بمفاصل المجرة مسجل في المغرب
Sam Berner
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Garabet Moumdjian
3Articulations of Al-Majarrah
Lamis Maalouf

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This seems to be a logical translation. I think majra is the consecutiveness of events.

Garabet Moumdjian
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neutral  Lamis Maalouf: Don't you think that is مجرى ?
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مفاصل المجرّة
Articulations of Al-Majarrah

Al-Majarra is a famous Moraccan magazine, please check the last three lines of the article.

Note added at 13 hrs (2007-03-27 23:49:13 GMT)

Moroccan, sorry!

    Reference: http://www.ahdath.info/article.php3?id_article=23013
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