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Sālim bir Slēm bir Ṣmōdā
12017-10-10T20:53:11+00:00Stanford University Pressaf84c3e11fe030c51c61bbd190fa82a3a1a1282413rawiplain2018-04-11T17:00:24+00:00Angela Erismanb6dabb1f11fcdb28bac14756ccc7be44d987971aSālim bir Slēm bir Ṣmōdā recited a number of poems by different composers from the mountains and inland plateau of Ḥawf including ʿAlī bir Erabḫ bir Zaʿbenōt, Jumʿān ʿAlī bir Ḳerḥayf, Ḥlōyet birt Saʿīd Kazūzī, and Saʿd Saʿīd ʿĪsā (bir Raʿfīt?). Sālim bir Slēm bir Ṣmōdā lives in Jāḏeb, where I recorded him reciting poetry in March 2004.
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