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Origin of the name
It is spelled with French orthography in which French was the most common foreign language in Egypt. The name consists from English: "camp" and Italian: "Caesar", [ˈtʃeːzar], Francized as [ʃeˈzar], Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [ˈkæmp(e) ʃeˈzɑːɾ].
- Dār al-ʻArabīyah al-Ḥadīthah lil-Tijārah al-Khārijīyah (1982). Directory of Government and Public Sector in A.R.E. Arab Modern House for Foreign Trade. Retrieved 2015-04-21.
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