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Beware of the man of one book.

Panjabi translation: Ik kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !

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English term or phrase:Beware of the man of one book.
Panjabi translation:Ik kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !
Entered by: Gurpreet Singh

09:14 Jan 4, 2001
English to Panjabi translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Beware of the man of one book.
A quote made by St. Thomas Aquinas.
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Ik kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !
Explanation:
Ik kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !
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Gurpreet Singh
Canada
Local time: 16:15
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naIk kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !
Gurpreet Singh


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Ik kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !


Explanation:
Ik kitab wale admi to(n) bacho !

Gurpreet Singh
Canada
Local time: 16:15
Native speaker of: Native in PanjabiPanjabi
PRO pts in pair: 8

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