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- 2005, Literacy in an Oral Environment, in Writing and Ancient Near East Society: Essays in Honor of Alan Millard →ISBN, page 99: a Hismaic inscription from central Jordan [...] Milik 1958–59: 349, no. 6 ...w ḏkrt lt N w kll ʿs²r ṣdq w kll mn yqry wqʿ-n ḏʾ '...and may Lt be mindful of N and of every true friend and of everyone who reads/recites this our inscription'. Note that the final letter, read as h in the edition, is clearly ʾ on the photograph.
- 2002, حولية دائرة الآثار العامة, volume 46, page 220: kll in Arabic kull, "all," is a noun in Arabic (in English "all" is not). Attesred in Thamudic (Harding 1971: 504) and in Safaitic (Winnett and Harding 1978: 644; King 1990: 599).