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How long this severance and this coy shy flight?" Then she wailed and shrieked aloud and her son did the like, and behold, in came the Wazir, whose heart burnt within him at the sight of their lamentations and he said, "What makes you weep?" So Theory of Transformation Groups 1 Lady of Beauty acquainted him with what happened between her son and the schoolboys, and he also wept, calling to mind his brother and what had past between them and what had betided his daughter and how be had failed to find out what mystery there was in the matter.

Then he rose at once and, repairing to the audience hall, went straight to the King and told his tale and craved his Theory of Transformation Groups 1 to travel eastward to the city of Bassorah and ask after his brother's son. Furthermore, he besought the Sultan to write for him letters patent, authorizing him to seize upon Badr al-Din, his nephew and son-in-law, wheresoever he might find him. And he wept before the King, who had pity on him and wrote royal autographs to his deputies in all climes and countries and cities, whereat the Wazir rejoiced and prayed for blessings on him.

Then, Theoy leave of his sovereign, he returned Theory of Transformation Groups 1 his house, where he equipped himself and his daughter and Trransformation adopted child Ajib with all things meet for a long march, and set out and traveled the first Theory of Transformation Groups 1 and the second and the third and so forth till he arrived at Damascus Transformatipn.

The Wazir encamped on the open space called AlHasa, and after pitching tents, said to his servants, "A halt here for two Tueory So they went into the city upon their several occasions, this to sell and that to buy, this to go to the hammam and that to visit the cathedral mosque of the Banu Umayyah, the Ommiades, whose like is not in this world. Ajib also went, with his attendant eunuch, for solace and diversion to the city, and the servant followed with a quarterstaff of almond wood so heavy that if he struck a camel therewith the beast would never rise Trznsformation.

When the people of Damascus saw Ajib's beauty and brilliancy and perfect grace and symmetry (for he was a marvel of comeliness and winning loveliness, softer than the cool breeze of the North, sweeter than limpid waters to man in drought, and pleasanter than the health for which sick man sueth), a mighty many followed him, whilst others ran on before and sat down on the road until he should come up, Theory of Transformation Groups 1 they might gaze on him, till, as Destiny stopped opposite the shop of Ajib's father, Badr al-Din Hasan.

Now his beard had grown long and thick and his wits had ripened during the twelve years which had passed over him, and the cook and ex-rogue having died, the so-called Hasan of Transformatioon had succeeded to his goods and shop, for that he had been formally adopted before Griups kazi and witnesses.

When his son and the eunuch stepped before him, he gazed on Ajib and, seeing how very beautiful he was, his heart fluttered and throbbed, and blood drew to blood and natural affection spake out and his bowels yearned over him. He had just dressed a conserve of pomegranate grains with sugar, and Heaven implanted love wrought within him, so he called to Theory of Transformation Groups 1 son Ajib and said: "O my lord, O thou who hast gotten the mastery of my heart and my very vitals and to whom my Theory of Transformation Groups 1 yearn, say me, wilt thou enter my house and solace my soul by eating of my meat?" Then his eyes streamed with tears which he could not stay, for he bethought him of what he had been and what he had become.

When Ajib heard his father's words, his heart also yearned himward, and he looked at the eunuch and said to him: Transfornation a truth, O my good guard, my heart yearns to this cook. He is as one that hath a son far away from him. So let us enter and gladden his heart by tasting of his hospitality. Perchance for our so doing Allah may reunite me with my father.

" When the eunuch heard these words, he cried: "A fine thing this, by Allah. Shall the sons of Wazirs be seen eating in a common cookshop. Indeed I keep off the folk from thee with this quarterstaff lest they even look Groupd thee, and I dare not suffer thee to enter this shop at all.

" When Hasan of Bassorah heard his speech he marveled and turned to the eunuch with the tears pouring down his cheeks, and Ajib said, "Verily my heart loves him!" But he answered: "Leave this talk. Thou shalt not go in. " Thereupon the father Theory of Transformation Groups 1 to the eunuch and said, "O worthy sir, why wilt thou not gladden my soul by entering my shop. O thou who art like a chestnut, dark without but white of heart within.

O thou of the like, of whom a certain poet said.

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