In Surah Baqarah, Ayah number 263, (which starts with "Qawlun ma'roof"), the word "azaa" (which is directly before the "Qaf" waqf symbol) does not have the taqleel "circle" underneath it in the Warsh mushaf.

Question
Salaam,

In Surah Baqarah, Ayah number 263, (which starts with "Qawlun ma'roof"), the word "azaa" (which is directly before the "Qaf" waqf symbol) does not have the taqleel "circle" underneath it.

However in the next Ayah (number 264), the word "al-azaa" does have the taqleel "circle".

Can you please explain why?

Note: I'm reading with Madd Badal as 4 Harakah (if it makes any difference)

Answer
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahamatullahi wa barakaatuh
In Aayah 263 of surah Al-Baqarah there is a tanween on the word , so when continuing, there will not be any taqleel, only when stopping when you are reading with taqleel on , so they did not put in the black dot there, since it is only when stopping.
In aayah 264 whether you are stopping or continuing, you will read with taqleel on here, since it is not followed by a sukoon and has not tanween, if that is your way of reading (which it will be if the medd al-badl is 4 vowel counts),  For this reason, they put the black dot to indicate there is taqleel whether stopping or continuing on the word.