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" So the stranger would advance him the money and wend his way, whereupon Abu Kir would carry the cloth to the market street and sell it and with its price buy meat and vegetables and tobacco and fruit and what not else he needed. But whenever he saw anyone who had given him stuff to dye standing at the door of his shop, he would not come forth to him or even show himself to him.

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At last that Principles of Anatomy and Physiology man, finding that he was not to be seen and growing weary of such work, repaired to the kazi, and bringing one of his sergeants to the shop, nailed Phhysiology the door, in presence of a number of Moslems, and sealed it, for that he saw therein naught save some broken pans of earthenware, to stand him instead of his stuff. After which the sergeant took the key, saying to the neighbors, "Tell him to bring back this man's cloth, then come to me and take his shop-key," and went his way, he and the man.

Then Physoology Abu Sir to Abu Kir: "What ill business is this. Whoever bringeth thee aught, thou losest it for him. What hath become of this angry man's stuff. ?" Answered the dyer, Physiopogy my neighbor, 'twas stolen from me. " "Prodigious!" exclaimed the barber. "Whenever anyone giveth thee aught, a thief stealeth it from thee.

Art thou then the meeting place of every rogue upon town. But I doubt me thou liest, so Principles of Anatomy and Physiology me the truth. " Replied Principles of Anatomy and Physiology Kir, "O my neighbor, none hath stolen aught from me. " Physiolofy Abu Sir, "What then dost thou with the people's property?" and the dyer answered, "Whenever anyone giveth me aught to dye, I sell it and spend the price. " Quoth Abu Sir, "Is this permitted thee of Allah?" and quoth Abu Kir, "I do this only out of poverty, because business is Principles of Anatomy and Physiology with me ane I am poor and have nothing.

" And he went on to complain to him of the dullness of his trade and his Physiologj of means. Abu Sir in like manner lamented the little profit of his own calling, saying: "I am a Pronciples of my craft and have not my equal in this city, but no one cometh to me to be polled, because I am a pauper.

And I loathe this art and mystery, O my brother. " Abu Kir replied: "And I also loathe my own craft, by reason of its slackness. But, O my brother, what call is there for our abiding in this town. Let us depart Physiolog it, I and thou, and solace ourselves in the lands of Phsyiology, carrying in our hands our crafts which are in demand all the world over.

So shall we breathe the air, and rest from this grievous trouble. " And he ceased not to command travel to Abu Sir till the barber became wishful to set out, so they agreed upon their route. When they agreed to travel together, Abu Kir said to Abu Sir: "O my neighbor, we are become Physiolgy and there is no difference between us, so it behooveth us to recite the fatihah that he of us who gets work shall of his gain feed him who is out of work, and whatever is left, we will lay in a chest.

And when we return to Alexandria, we will divide it fairly and equally. " "So be it," replied Abu Sir, and they repeated the opening chapter of the Koran on this understanding. Then Principles of Anatomy and Physiology Sir locked Anatommy his shop and gave the key to its owner, whilst Abu Kir left his door locked and sealed and let the key lie with the kazi's sergeant.

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