Assem Khidhr
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NameAssem Ashraf Abdulsalam Ahmed Khidhr
BornMarch 25, 1997
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Country Egypt
Current locationCairo
Time zoneUTC+02:00
Current time02:48:30
Height170 cm
Weight65 kg
Blood typeType O-
Family and friends
Marital statusEngaged
GirlfriendNirmeen Rida
  • Omar
  • Morad
Education and employment
EmployerLanguageLine Solutions
EducationB Pharm
Primary schoolجابر بن عبد الله الابتدائية
Intermediate schoolمتوسطة يوسف بن تاشفين
High schoolثانوية الإمام الألوسي
CollegeFaculty of Pharmacy
UniversityHelwan University
Hobbies, favourites and beliefs
ReligionSunni Islam
PoliticsLeft-Centrism; Social Democracy
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Joined21:44, 7 August 2010
en-5 This user has professional knowledge of English.
ar-N هذا المستخدم لغته الأم هي العربية.
arz-N اللغه الاصليه بتاعة اليوزر ده مصرى.
A loop consists of a Latin A, a Hiragana a and two blue arrows lying between them
A loop consists of a Latin A, a Hiragana a and two blue arrows lying between them
This translator translates from
Standard Arabic to English.
A loop consists of a Latin A, a Hiragana a and two blue arrows lying between them
A loop consists of a Latin A, a Hiragana a and two blue arrows lying between them
This translator translates from
English to Standard Arabic.
26This Wikimedian is 26 years, 8 months, and 11 days old.
3,200+This user has made over 3,200 contributions to Wikimedia projects and, as a result, may be slightly insane.
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InductionPhilosophically, this user rejects inductive reasoning, though he admits to its inevitability.
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N.B. By "significantly", I refer to an arbitrary threshold of being one of the top 3 authors of an article, according to Xtools' authorship statistic, and this being amounting to at least 10% of the corpus of characters in said article. Apparently, these parameters are temporal

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I'm interested in improving the project's coverage of pronunciation, especially in the form of phonetic notations. I believe that such phonetic alphabet is way more easily manipulated and studied, inasmuch as it should be included in compulsory education, along with the good old writing alphabet. Being myself a learner of the American accent, I mainly use Merriam-Webster dictionary as a reference for English pronunciations, since it provides a complete pronunciation coverage of its content, though in a different notation than IPA, the one I use in Wiktionary. I also use Lexico on some occasions, for entries lacking in MW or to cite Received Pronunciation.

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The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.

لَسْتُ بالخِبِّ وَلا الخِبُّ يَخْدَعُني

لَو كُنتَ تَعلَم ما أقولُ عذرتني *** أو كنت تعلم ما تقول عذلتكَ
لكن جهلت مقالتي فعذلتني *** وعلمت أنك جاهل فعذرتكَ

Had I the heaven's embroidered cloths,
Enwrought with golden and silver light,
The blue and the dim and the dark cloths
Of night and light and the half-light;
I would spread the cloths under your feet:
But I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I have spread my dreams under your feet;
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.

— William Butler Yeats, The Cloths of Heaven