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Kitab

 

an urban-type settlement and administrative center of Kitab Raion, Kashkadar’ia Oblast, Uzbek SSR. It is located along the Great Uzbek route, 4 km from the Kitab railroad station (the terminus of the line from Karsha). Population, 13,000 (1970). It has a gravel-sorting plant and a marble quarry. Kitab is well known for its embroidery (produced at a branch of the Shakhrisabz Khudzhum Factory). Nearby is the Ulugbek latitude station.

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The historical evidence for this contention encompasses the structure of the Kitab al-Asrar, al-Razi's distinguished reputation, the wide distribution of the Kitab al-Asrar, and the extent of its influence on other widely read alchemic texts.
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Nevertheless, within a century after his death, the Kitab was firmly established as the grammar of Arabic par excellence and a source of inspiration for linguistic scholars in the East and West alike.
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