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In a comment, John Lawler wrote: When you're already using apostrophes to represent non-English phonetics or spelling, using an apostrophized possessive in addition is a risk. My suggestion: Comparison of Şerhu Süneni Ebû Davud and Umdet'ül- Kârî by Muhammed Bedruddîn Mahmûd el-Aynî. The italics are important, to distinguish the works from the author's ...


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The sentence a) is much easier to understand as it is written in a more typical, commonly used English style.


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