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2020-09-16T09:36:17Z

`Resources of the beast` ... such as my climate from the Arab Mashreq

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Weather of Arabia - is used in the oral climatic heritage in the Arab East (folk proverbs) on days 13, 14 and 15 (September), the name (resources of the beast) and the word (resources) taken from the word (word: roses) meaning attendance or arrival or coming The word "beast" is taken from the eastern collective heritage of the animal world, and "the beast" is a wild, predatory animal (hybrid) whose father is a wild dog and his mother is a wolf.

 

The same is meant that due to the high temperature during these days, especially after an earlier period of decline, the monster is forced to go (roses) to the water springs, springs, streams and water sources in broad daylight from the intensity of thirst, indifferent because of his thirst from the presence of the many risks facing him Especially human .

 

 

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