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He added that Islamic literature influenced him very much and his friends helped him a lot to be acquainted with it.
On the other hand, it's more systems to be acquainted with and maintain and operate.
But for all this tells us about the sui generis relation of acquaintance, says Fumerton, a believer could be acquainted with, for example, "the fact that the surface of a physical object exemplifies a certain property" (p.