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    Kais Dukes, PhD researcher at the School of Computing, University of Leeds.
    Eric Atwell - PhD research supervisor at the University of Leeds
    Nizar Habash - Arabic language research scientist at Columbia University
    Tim Buckwalter - Arabic lexicographer at the University of Pennsylvania
    Imran Alawiye - Arabic linguist and author
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Farooq Sarwar Khan
Jan 01, 2007