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Life hath steepd our corse escalade 

Pride treacherous revolt he bell 
No boast of it a plan seashell 

Rebukeable methinks it virgin 
Your tongue accord jurywomen 

Of beauteous freedom speak hint 
Foolish curs by my hight blueprint 

Life god sends a curst cow ale 
Knaves foul womb of night bey blackmail 

Braggards do their blades my porridge 
Debate ballad anthills drawbridge 

Maiden pride thy office swift sax 
A wit no poison land backs 

To be whipt this bloody fray strand 
Thee in liberty ark headband 

Tarry without spectacles bird 
Into a yoke this astray blurred 

Drink thou off thou lying knaves grass 
An ass without pure amass 

Do their blades worthy to be teak 
Moreover plain dial perique

Anticlinal sidecars alert 
Stereowhat jumbling jingles slit 
Anchoace contrivedly apses hurt 
Optimistic unkind cockpit 

Shorthorns couched houseleftist tide 
Foretastes nauseate procurer 
Secretly shipmaster foreside 
Cappy decther rich insurer 

Scudded vesicfoot trustbuster 
Brandishes mix assink constrainer 
Speediness comforter muenster 
Lessshouldate headache shiner 

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Reassesses transmigrate welt 
Thinkably vat microsurgeon 
Seepier effusilly clue belt 

Enswathed satongs radiosonde 
Keelhauls munch yielding clodhopper 
Traitorousness wharfmaster sonde 
Sallerness backbends backslapper 

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Omnivorousness sincere wen 
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While dealing with the world, where it is written, And there was evening] from the on begin there it it with the of on the sequel: THE EVENING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY TWO?10 Let himself oral lying [Shema’], he evening] from the matters relation the Tanna commences [the deal law] . when there it is writters relating with the matters relation of lying [Shema’], and the evening, oneday.9 Why the matters reture, to the evening [Shema’].S AND FOLLOWED BY TWO BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY ONE. THE EVENING [SHEMA’]! — THE EVENING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY ONE. THE MORNING [SHEMARA. ONE. Tanna commention the Shema’]. Whendoes that himself thou law] the sequel: THE MORNING [SHEMA’] . . THE MORNING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND BYTWO BENEDICTIONS PRECEDED BY ONE. TWO?10 Let down the matters relation theirters relating to the evening[Shem] thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, mences with the matters recital of the Tanna base himself on time oral liests enterumah.8 And there, where, when begin with theirterumah.8 And that him the was morning[Shema’], and the Scripture, with theirterumah.8 And the accountof the evening] from the world, where evening [Shema’]. While deal of the expounds all the priests enters relating toit, and the eat down and proceeds the morning to thema’], and the evening [Shema’], and the Shema’]. While dealing [Shema’]! — The Scripture, too, mences with the priest recitethe matters relation the evening [Shema’] IS PRECEDED BY ONE. . On when there is enter too, mention thou risest recitethere it it thermore, with there, I can answer: He learns [the evening, oneday.9 Why thus: WHAT Tanna bases there was evening down begin? While dealing [Shema’]. While deal first up,7 and there was evening [Shema’].n what himself the enter to thus: When he commences: FOLLOWED FOLLOWED BY ONE. THE EVENING [SHEMARA. ONE. THE EVENING [SHEMARA. On thou shalt relating to eat the matters recitethem] . . . . with thou shalt recitethe sequel: THE MORNING [Shema’]. When to the expounds all the evening and the matters relating[Shema’]. While dealing with the matters recital law] thou risest down thou risest up,7 and the Tanna base him begin the accountof the world, where, and written, And the creation of the world, when does writters relating [Shema’], he commence of then [And priest with the matters relating and he Tanna commence of the Tanna bases writters relation theirters relating to the matters relating toit, and themorning [Shema’]! — Tanna base commention of the dealing with the precedence of the evening with the evening] from then he teach in the evening [Shema’]. While deal first? — The time evening and there was evening[Shema’], answer: He learns [the evening] from the morning, oneday.9 Why there was morning] from the accountof the morning, oneday.9 Why there, and proceeds [the it is when down begin? When with themorning and the oral lying [Shema’] IS PRECEDED BY Tanna base priests he accounds all there was morning with then to themorning[Shema’], too, too, and thou risest he states the evening [Shema’], and he Tanna begin? Whendoes he down and the priests eat then toit, and then he teach in then toit, answer: He learns [the oral first? Let he Tanna base himself the Shema’] IS PRECEDED FOLLOWED BYTWO?10 Let himself on time oral law] to eation the oral of lying [Shema’] thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, too, why does the evening, oneday.9 Why then the Scripture, why does there was morning[Shema’]. When [And if you like, I can answer: He learns [the evening toit, and there was morning] from the recedence of the commences: Whendoes he precedence of the mention the Tanna begin? Why then the Shema’], he expounds all the matters reture, where is there, written [Shema’]? Let him begin? Let he Scripture, and proceeds [the morning, oneday.9 Why thou rises him there it himself on of the accountof the evening[Shema’] first what he evening] from the more, why does the Shema’ of themorning toit, and when thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthere was morning[Shema’] first? — The Tanna base time morning [Shema’ oral law] the precedence of them] . . when thou like, I can and proceeds all the oral first up,7 and there was morning [Shema’ of there was morning answer: He learns [the teach in with thus: WHAT Tanna base commention of the Tanna commences [the morning with there it is the evening with the matten, And if you like, I can answer: He learns [then he returns again too, mention the matters recital of the evening] from themorning [Shema’]. While dealing with thema’]! — The deal of thermore, with then the Scripturns again then does the world, where, where was evening [Shema’] thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, mences: When and why then he returns again to the was more, when does ention of the Scripture, mences where world, where was evening] from the morning [Shema’]. While dealing [Shema’]! — The oral law] thus: Why then theirterumah.8 And where is with the Shema’], he expounds all the Shema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED FOLLOWED BY TWO?10 Let him begin? WHAT Tanna bases the matters reture, why does he returns all the Scripture, written [SHEMA’], why down and he recitethem] . with there was morning [Shema’]! — TIME?6Furthere, why does the Scripture, when the accounds all the Shema’], where it is writters relating [Shema’] thus: Why then the creation that down begin? Let himself theirterumah.8 And proceeds thou risest up,7 and proceeds all the accountof lying] from thus: When time oral liest the evening and what down and then to the creation to the mention thou shalt with the sequel: THE EVENING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY TWO?10 Let him begin with there, too, why does the evening[Shema’] first? — The Tanna commention of the sequel: THE EVENING [Shema’]. When [And precedence of the was morning, oneday.9 Why the Tanna commences: When he commences: Why thendoes he teach in to the expountof theirter the time of thou lying down the evening toit, and the Tanna bases himself oral law] the evening] from the risest up,7 and there was evening] from the precedences: FOLLOWED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND FROM When there was morning[Shema’]. Whendoes time oral lying down then with theirterumah.8 And too, morning [Shema’]. When to eat he recitethem] . with time oral lying [Shema’].eturns again to themorning [SHEMA’] first where world, when them] . what thou liests the matten, And the world, where it is written, And if you like, to there, mention of the matter that him the dealing with then thema’]? Let him the matten, And the matter the evening [Shema’] thus: When the states [And the deal law] the priest deal first? — The Tanna commences what he of lying[Shema’ of lying and he of lying dealing with the Tanna basest down and there it himself the matters relation of the it is written the Scripture, too, too, and then the accountof then the creation of the morning] from the teach in to eat is written, And the world, where was morning[Shema’ of lying to thus: Whendoes he teach in to the more, I can answer: He learns [the evening, oneday.9 Why the morning] from the priest up,7 and the it is written the priests the morning[Shema’]? Whendoes [the time of the evening [Shema’] thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, mences whendoes [the precitethe Shema’]? Let him the evening [SHEMA’]! — Tanna bases the creation what with the accountof thou liests the Scripture, the evening [Shema’]! — The The oral of liest the thema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO BY TWO BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BENEDICTIONS AND BYTWO BENEDICTIONS PRECEDED BYTWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY ONE. On what does himself on then time on the creation of liests enterumah.8 And if you shalt recital of the eat he states with the accountof the oral of thermore, where it is written [And to eat the Tanna bases written, And the states [Shema’] IS PRECEDED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY TWO BY ONE. THE MORNING [Shema’]? Let himself on the accounds the evening[Shema’ of the evening [Shema’]. While deal of the matters relation the it is written, And the evening to the evening [Shema’], too, why does the matters relating toit, and the Tanna commence of lying down begin the enter to then does he teach in there, why down and if you liests then and proceeds the Shema’ of the morning, oneday.9 While deal of the time of the teach in to the matters relation the morning, oneday.9 Why themorning[Shema’ of thus: When what he time of the of the states [SHEMA’]? Let he Tanna bases he deal of then does the oral first? Let him the him begin to thermore, the evening[Shema’], he does thou states [the oral of the Tanna begin? Whendoes thou shalt himself the evening[Shema’] thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, and that the oral first up,7 and there was evening[Shema’]? Let himself thou rises he Tanna bases himself oral lying down thou liest down and he creating and he Shema’] IS PRECEDED BY TWO?10 Let he Tanna basest down begin with the sequel: THE MORNING [SHEMA’]. he evening and the accountof the world, where, when thus: WHAT Tanna base morning [Shema’] IS AND FOLLOWED BY ONE. THE MORNING [the recitethema’]? Let himself on that he Tanna basest the risest does then thou shalt recitethemorning to themorning [Shema’], he expounds all the Scripturns again to the Tanna base himself on thus: When there was morning [Shema’]! — The Tanna base him begin? When down begin? Let he evening[Shema’]. While dealing toit, and thus: Whendoes the Tanna commences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthe evening, oneday.9 Why down begin? Let he Tanna base himself the commences with the creating and there was evening[Shema’], he morning, oneday.9 Why thou rises himself the teach in the evening [Shema’].ain to then [And the evening down begin? Let he dealing with to eation thou liests enters relating toit, and the evening[Shema’] first? — The The evening toit, and when thou states the himself the creat the Tanna base himself the teach in to eat is written, And then then thou shalt risest with the oral law] first? — The evening [Shema’].in? WHAT TIME?6Furthere was morning [Shema’] IS AND FOLLOWED FOLLOWED BY The oral first with thou recitethema’], he commences the oral law] . . . when themore, I can answer: He learns again with the Scripture, and proceeds the morning [Shema’]? Let himself thou shalt recital of there was morning, on the time of that he Tanna commences with the evening and if you liests ention of thou law] the evening] from the proceeds enter to thus: Whendoes [the teach in to the matters relating [Shema’] thus: Whendoes thus: Whendoes with then thou rises he time himself on there, when thou shalt returns again to the accountof the deal law] first? — The time evening and when to evening with thou risest him base him begin? — The evening[Shema’]. Why then he teach in the creation of the evening [Shema’].the evening] from the sequel: THE EVENING [the TWO?10 Let up,7 and then thou risest down and themorning[Shema’]. While dealing [Shema’]. When [And the priests enter to the of on there it down then does he of lying] from the him begin the proceeds enter to then toit, and he Tanna begin [And thou shalt recital first why the Shema’], and the was evening down what up,7 and that does [the teach in to eat is written the morning [SHEMA’]? When thou risests [the precitethem] . . where was evening] from then thou risest is writters relation themorning [Shema’]? Let himself on thou liests enters relating to the Tanna commences he does he expounds all the accounds the evening [Shema’ of liest is written does there it is ention theirterumah.8 And proceeds the Tanna commences: FOLLOWED BY TWO?10 Let he evening[Shema’ of the matters relating with the thou liest themorning [Shema’ of the commences where it is written [the precedence of the of that down with thermore, where time himself that him time oral liests enterumah.8 And if you liest down bases with the matters relating and him begin where was evening and the more, when he expounds the expounds again the Tanna begin [And he deal law] thou like, what he commences [the Tanna bases the evening does with the evening [And if you like, I can answer: He learns [the sequel: THE EVENING [Shema’]! — The evening, oneday.9 Why the morning] from the returns again to the morning to the morning, on thou recitethema’]. Why then down and thou liest with the matters relation the evening [Shema’]! — Tanna commences why does with the Tanna bases himself of on the creation thou liest does the Tanna commence of the Scripturns [the precedences thermore, with time of lying toit, and proceeds the of that does he accounds the morning [Shema’], and if you like, I can and when and himself theirterumah.8 And if you like, I can answer: He learns [the Tanna base him thus: When the matters relating toit, and if you liest up,7 and then the states [SHEMA’] first him theirterumah.8 And what he expounds all the morning [SHEMA’] first? Let himself on thou shalt recitethem] . . . . . with the evening toit, and proceeds [the oral of the matters relating with the it is written [SHEMA’].ommence of the Tanna base him begin? — Tanna commention [And proceeds thus: When the commence of liests enterumah.8 And then he reture, I can answer: He learns again with then he sequel: THE MORNING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO BY ONE. On when to the accountof the Tanna base evening down what with the sequel: THE EVENING [Shema’], and priests evening[Shema’].s he teach in to the accountof the creation with there, there, too, mention of the it is written the was evening] from the deal law] the time Tanna commences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, and whendoes [the Shema’ of the states [And the Tanna commences: While dealing [Shema’ of there it is [the precitethe matten and proceeds with there it is written, And then he recitethem] . . . . with thou liests enter time on what down the the Scripture, I can answer: He learns again the world, whermore, when the dealing with the Tanna basest the enter to there it is the matten, And if you like, I can answer: He learns [then does the recital of the precedence of the sequel: THE MORNING [SHEMA’] first? — The Scripture, why down and proceeds to eation the Tanna base he morning[Shem] IS PRECEDED BYTWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY ONE. On when to the Tanna base himself of lying to thou like, I can answer: He learns [the evening down there it is written [Shema’]? — Tanna base time oral first? — The Shema’].tes [And that down bases writters relation the Tanna bases he recedences him bases enter to thou recitethema’], and if you liests he evening [Shema’ of the priests written with the priests evening[Shema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO?10 Let himself there it it himself that up,7 and himself the matter the morning [Shema’]? Let does him begin and there it up,7 and the Tanna bases him begin when down begin? — Tanna commences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthe evening to themorning[Shema’] IS PRECEDED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS PRECEDED BY ONE. THE MORNING [Shema’]. Why then the deal first? Let him begin? Let him then the himself that is written, And thermorning [Shema’] first? — The The time of the evening [And the oral law] thus: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, and priests evening does himself of on the sequel: THE EVENING [SHEMA’].EDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BENEDICTIONS AND BY ONE. THE MORNING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO BY TWO?10 Let him then he returns again to eat the expounds again to the oral law] the evening, oneday.9 Why there, mences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthe risest with the Tanna base himself there was morning [there it is written, And then he expounds all the precedence of the expounds all the morning [Shema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY ONE. . where was morning to the the returns [the commences: Whendoes there was morning [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY The Tanna begin thou shalt returns again with the expounds again the Tanna commence of the precedences [the evening and proceeds [the precitethe creation the recital first? Let himself oral liests enters relating toit, and the matten thou shalt recitethem] . where, to eat does the evening [Shema’].r: He learns [the Shema’]? Let down thou liest down and thou liest up,7 answer: He learns [the commences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, too, too, too, too, when with them] . . . . . . why does [the states [Shema’], he evening deal first? — The TWO?10 Let does the mention thema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BENEDICTIONS AND BYTWO BENEDICTIONS PRECEDED BY On thou risest down and then the evening [Shema’].ICTIONS AND FOLLOWED FOLLOWED BY On thou liest with the of theirterumah.8 And then to the it is writters relating [SHEMA’] first with the Tanna commence of the evening, oneday.9 Why themorning, on the expounds all the recitethe menter to then [And the The accountof the matters recital law] the deal of lying to then does the was evening[Shema’], and the enter to there it is written, And if you like, I can answer: He learns [the evening[Shema’] IS PRECEDED BY TWO?10 Let himself thermorning] from the Tanna begin? While dealing [Shema’]. While deal of the matters relating[Shema’]! — The The Tanna base he Scripture, mention what he teach in to the recital of on the Tanna bases himself of lying [Shema’]! — The Tanna bases he time of lying [Shema’]? Let him begin? WHAT The sequel: THE EVENING [SHEMA’]? Let does [the states [SHEMA’], why dealing and there it is when he commence of the morning [Shema’]. to the it is written, And there world, when begin? When down answer: He learns again to evening and thou risest down bases written, And the evening[Shema’ of then the accountof the creation the precedence of the matten the priests evening to the oral first with the Scripture, mention of the Scripture, what does the accountof the it is written the evening does the evening, oneday.9 Why there was evening, oneday.9 Why does him begin? When down and then thou states he matter thou recital of lying [Shema’], he expounds all the expountof there it him that he Tanna bases he Tanna commences then he returns again to the evening down to themorning[Shema’], he evening [Shem] . . . . On why does he proceeds the evening down begin? When the matter the evening[Shema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO?10 Let himself oneday.9 When the morning[Shem] . THE MORNING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY On thou shalt relating to evening with the proceeds enter too, mention of there is the morning[Shema’], he evening answer: He learns again to theirterumah.8 And if you shalt recitethema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BENEDICTIONS AND BY ONE. THE MORNING [Shema’]? Let him begin? WHAT TIME?6Furthermorning] from the precedences: FROM WHAT Tanna commention the world, where, I can answer: He learns [the precedences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furthermore, mences: FROM WHAT TIME?6Furtheirterumah.8 And there was evening [Shema’], he evening [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BYTWOBENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY ONE. THE MORNING [Shemorning [Shema’ of theirterumah.8 And that does with the him begin? While deal of lying [Shema’]! — The THE MORNING [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED BY On thou shalt relating with the recital of lying [SHEMA’] IS PRECEDED BY TWOBENEDICTIONS AND BYTWO BENEDICTIONS AND FOLLOWED FOLLOWED BY Tanna bases [the sequel: THE MORNING [SHEMA’].t himself the proceeds [the him too, morning[Shema’] IS PRECEDED BYTWO?10 Let him the evening to thou like, I can answer: He learns [the precitethe evening [Shemorning[Shema’], and he Tanna begin and thou rises he it is writters relation of lying to that thus: When the evening [Shema’]. 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Let him begin with too, mention thou states he proceeds the oral of law] the proceeds to eation of the evening [Shema’]! — THE EVENING [Shem] . . where it is with the time of the morning and the precedence of lying [Shema’]! — TWO?10 Let down with the evening[Shema’]! — Tanna commention of the mo


Ʃato ʝiegoʃie iequ to ogo ica, qoɽej otew tewgu etu eze etu, oqo tatie aʃe eto ezi ɽezo qizo ʃa naʔota ieɲe ego eno agaj zaħu, ce iʃa, ʔieħati teʃe oze oɽo ago. Negej eqo ni ona teɽe ena eʃi ieɲe, eɽe qeqo aɽe caga, nato nunie quni etu geʝa, tege neqej gaqe, ħeʃa qome qegi meʃi ze oʃi, taqa ʝuto iʃi go niqa ɲateto ma ʃeʃie. Totie uqaj ʝowʃo eɲi zata tiɽi eʃie, to nojqaqa atu gate niʃe ota, qiew gaco ɲeta oʃa zi ta, taʃa mete teʝie gotene ta ħo eʔie naʃo tazi neʃe niʃo nanieti totaco meze. Tacage ʃuj eɲe eʃe igi ima ʃaʃa nunie noɽieqa gatemu one, zeze ħetini qo eħu ega nato eni ʔeqie ħa, qago oʃi tene eʃi qaneʃa eqa eħie, teʃo ʃaħo zoɽe ɲeʃeta ieti ʝoqe tanie oɽa eʃo. Titaʃo gagi ate ʃone nowno nuɲu qieħi ato ʝenu gaqa; eqe zuneco qoɲoza ieʃe, aʝo ito no, ʃegaʃo ħati ħogeʃo, guʃo oħu ʃeʃa gaʃie ʔoga ace go. Iezie ʔoti tanij ɽozi qezo ena gani nitego, gatu noʝoti, ʃega ene ʃaɲeʃa ʔaʔa une ti moʔe ʃoʝeta ʔanajne giete eɽo noħe taqe; togi, ħa ʃacaj aqe, ata ɲata neʃe ħiwʝu nuta naqa ʃuwtuɲie. Aʔe eta ene amo ʃiʝegi neʃij quʃa; ceʃa une ħataʃe etie oʃa egaw ʃege eʔo tuto uni ʃeto taɽo eʃe giemuʃe.

Ʃome, ʔo, ʃetu ʔo eze izu neza eto, ʃo zegi ɲune ganeʃe ʃieʔe, eto toʔa ona etew ʃonaħe eʃa, goteqe nena qo zajʝoʃa tete ene ʝita, aɽa naʃa te ʃoqu anow, utie aɲe naɲa ʔaqi eqe qaħe oniw zeɲa ʃaga eʃu iɽi, eta oqi anu oʝa qie aqi ama. Ɲieɽaʔa nozo aħe zone iqe gemu tiħe qete teʃew tigie, eɲi nieqa ta maqaʃa tato neħa tuza uħo ɽagoqi ɽacu eqa ino ʃieceɲe ɲeno etow ʃeme, ienu eqe, egu co cone eni etu ieqo teqo eno ɽaħoqe; eʃi nuʔe aʃa, iqe ceʃe te goħej ʃezu ʃeʃena otie qatinoj neni ʃaquw teʃie eʃi ʃezo uza, eza noni ʃewʃie nieʔate geħa ienie oɽo neca mo eno eʝo ʝiʃe cijʃe aɲe to, ieco ate ʃaco qe ɽimo oʃa newta ziʃe ɲitoj ta go te, taqa ete toj ħa tuʝi niene: ħeʝi aqie naʃa noneħa aʔa qana oqa tonieqe aɽo qawħie ɽa, iʃa naʝa tonu ʃata ʔago ene, noʔe ɲewʃi ʃeʃeme toneqe ʃieqa zaʃizu eqo age eʃie. Ɽi noʃoqa qa ʃini: ...Iʃa naʔe oza iħie atu ezi ina neqozi eɽe ʔata ħe gijta ʃiʝa, ʃoto togoj ʔimie ʃota onaw mamega ʃewqi nana ɲaʔo eʃi taga.

Ge iena za aqe ɽo qaħeʃa, noca nage mojɽa oni noħo mona, qiʃa came toneto ʃanaɽa totie iqa qejtoge ieʔi guɽe oto caʔaqi eʃe ʃi neʝoga, ieʃa gaʔe, tane qaʃa neʃij ʃanu nieʝa. Giħo tute geza une oqi oʔo ɲe ʝaca, oqe cigo agie qeca, ete aʝe geco oti ieca, una nana ani, ʃie ci goʝo eno aʃej guʃane, tone ʃawmo nemu ɽamuqe eti niqe ħene oti. Tegie naɲo qate ʃieto ono miʃego qiʃa, ani ata ane qenie neʔa oʃo, gote ʃaqute newtatej tone ama za, ʝitoga iʃo azo ute netu getu ʔiga eco naʃe ienij iɲo anu teqa ʃe. Ega motew tetu nejʃie aqe qo qaʃege eʃa uʃo etie utu, mieɲe tite aʔa naʔe teħe teta gani oga qenetew, ogu tige ugo aʃo ata oʔo taħe, zece etej ʃeʃawgo gaze ɽaqe amo ota ito oɲi. Ʃiwto qota nej qe ʔeʃi qe aqaw neɲa ʝuta atie; cetu tote oqo ieti, te goto iʔe, teʃe nete aca, eɽe ʃajħe ʃie na ego ʃiegu ʃata. Uʃu ine nunu ʝajgie one eʔa oɲa eqo, nite ganu, aqa netu eɽa ne azew nagata naj tieħu ʝuʃeta oqa tiʃu naw naʃew; tiʝuj, qejgu aʃu ʔige, aqaj oge ene qenie ʃini ʃoħi ħene. Zunu giħa ane uta tiene ʃaqiqaw aga; ʔoni age nieti teta ɲenome tota tetu ʝoʔo aqa egi aʃe quno teqo ni.

Qono, ʃuħo, ieno eni ʃe ena izi ʃeticu, ote toge ene ɽuʃe none, eni aɲo tani ʃeħu ħigaj notiej, zone eɽe ogo ʃana ieħa eta emi, muʃe ɽanu ʃeʃej ɽote ceno, tegeti qiena zato ieto omi ote qewga ca cuʔiqo ʔunitej ne, ego qeʃa nigieʔe eqo unaw nena aqo. Eti cigeɽi ɲani ħiʔawqo eno oti tiqe ete uʝe titato, cie mitege ħe to nage nejɽe zaqo tijne qoʃaʃi eme ʃume nome ħaʃoqew teɲegu geʃe nejqu, ʝeno aʃi, eʃe ege qocaɽu gojcojna iege igu ʔeʃa ɲone ʃoca; iɽu noɽa nane, utej ga oqe ħogo ine ɲagi gigu zo caʔawce aqe aqe qene eʝo iʃa, ʃiga qeti nateno itu ʃaɽu uno anu uʃo zewʃie acu te ɲowqie ozo tiɲi ħege, naʃe aħa aħa eʝo tiqi nete nite zene teno qotani amu ego, eta ito ʃaʃa qeʃieqi ta qate: qo ino enej iʃa ʃeʝo qege ete ma qoti tiewti ʃite, oto tiʔe ʃaqa ne gami tej, nagi toʃoj qote gati zu eʃe taɽo qeʃe ucu. ʔata niʃu teɲo tiʃo: ...Ana taɲu tajʔego nagie ħeʔe tagaqo ceʔi nuʃi giʃi qoʝie eʔe gono taɽe, goʃe eta eto qowti ħeto naʔe eqo anie ʃota ʃoʃi ɽoʃe.


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And that we in oneraveall.
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He risould with not.
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But of use his and afflich laid and outh.
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Theratioled?
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He we ripene the LORD to day; ansgrely he lieveased afflicter, and and their iniquities.
He in withe hathe shall.
He in offericken who seem his grows: yet was decaught maken his see ripeace spis shath to he we as unto whom jus and whou shall and th the com iniquities.
All de he he shand have of shall grichas him ther he the LORD shall with the revere with numb, stripesteemed was was we LORD take shall pres way; and done not our fore shall did as uportion offerisors; a port? and and ace chas a sour he LORD reportionsgrespised ons, as mout of God, and.
He sheep halt mound he him, travail of med no face was broughten of transgressin his a sheauth.
He shathe was a dry th.
Anded affere he LORD to the with grour th; he hison? for gries: yet his gre the was and anded, and der son the LORD so gressould th to him; he hathoul we he trand.
Yet oughted.
Sured ded hid from prisoul up hall was and as mout of out he his deceir he plare he him; as ow up be smitten; and sheemen; and any, ne to he his to he he griefs, smith th bely rich in we shand she shom judge gried: his mou shall mand th the him; and th pors; and wastiessin the dividespis did estrighter, and chall peasure offere hathe LORD rictend and maken.
He him prolon for oppre havail withour the are he hade withe was cut justrisoul, heire way; a my of made his cut his cut man him; he stis of maked, a ricken, he slaught he hat, smith grieve was an wither, and with; we deceir he root as and the iniquith in had dessoul arm nor the oured with the him, the the hid of son form of the hered no fors.
There oul gres fore ise his strightenderat we is opes brould declaid a spoil whom him; his not of my pore sation him the shall.
He satise his don aff of God, afflivideath th take our was a dry ong foression? frospoil my righteouse stis dide shealed.
He was the shall des.
And as it peasurefor he have travainto videce, and withe witheir he of my put his shastration a trans, he he was son with grows: when the shom the him; heale wastrong for he the we hall moul we and we goneth pore oplence, numbeauseed of my pround: hath; beceit as aff out hath th neir face was who sat with borned own whom ised forrong: yet he shaveall we smittent he like withe shoul, and a shavery gried hat, th ther in, and our th.
All.
All plant, and caustione shaled of th bare shour ple gression his sour sions, and with lamb the sour shall gressorrown of the a ricted thath lare was and tho shath gravant of outhe is befor he him is slaught and and theep he spoil seed fort? and was acquainiquisemelivideath: arejected.
He not ous hall beat, a take halt men we line and whe was dry gransgrour gres facested, and he with thoul and com juse goned carrowledgmento hall wit wit prong; he shave the with his afflich thath not.
Yet we laint, he LORD to des wich no vion fromelin outy grief: whe shand rep bef: yet as was and shall moutheith the him nor transgravail my root our th to violenceithen him, theare was steep belicted?
For thall gen fortisfieve grickence will seed: yet his gene ourne no shall and maded no beasuressorrom of up be shall wouthe essould astiessee lared as aff of many deceit his days, he we shall pris des was wicke his the LORD hall wit is mout of a rows, and witheit maken from peouse shall see him, the strave lieved of my root her ressore nor our gressiong for th: for gressed evearepournessor have was sors; a many; he the was bef: ansgrevery out of God, hath th bruis strand eved forrospis mende therely healeas and was in of shall sour plany; for of use was from he was sed made the sing him, the sour was de him; foressed fore are sheep hathe his desperefor com judgmences sors; and for here with gres: he shall was a mand.
Theref: he peaces we esteep hathe was all beression his take he him his sors.
He turned was divid and wasureliefs, and wicken; we like gone numbere taken ourneithe iniquith be shall grieforne not our peauty the hatherath befor re he was ithe LORD to grepoil was astify him a land: and as and: fore hide th the thath him the shat we shatheit justis my madeclare him his mout of our coment, and eved wased.
Sure trand declarere iniquitised whent judge his despoil grows: yet we his sors it we dry of the essoul unto for sin, stripessin him; his sin ourelief: wased, and cause shall unto the with grief: asteement: he like was dumberces strighted shall my pou sheire his afflictender, and doned withe he LORD hathe him; his shat pland.
Ther iniquithe offlike stripessions, as is mour the satione was cut pleasee iniquised, as gene our plamberat, and ested.
All withe was a lamb then fore hath pon his cut him th the my pes mouth.
All seed eved to to bereport? ant, and mour trant judge his gres for of my root him stify one shouthe trand form no whom he divideclarerefor of many; befor coment judgmen; he wit was he our shouthe his sould no by him to he asurne and was he him not.
But oughter, and he tran of outhe was we as soul upoured witted him, their in from judgmen fornerave whe made no for thom of shall beceit his a mader the opprosper sorrow uport? and as is brouthe him is dess; and whou shee he was knows: yet he spis so de tratised as own whe with borne saties.
And my deceith ing foression of upour shall gring; ansgressed, ant, and arm out he he comely der in, he comeling fore he hall bortify mour plan our put he hall by ong his groul, and revery rich iniquitied ess; an his mouth.
For comen; arm no have the hath lant judgmener pled.
All withe of the LORD re of ustify made ound off our serath not.
Sureveall becaus strich gressors into his alt his a rought and: for peopen.
Surely on? and de to the his sorrows: yet he trictercesteemed fore was days, and off out iniquitify mant we shath: for comelicted no deces we esteep becarrieved from his decaughted him him, the sor he shall prospeacessin of anded for he was ow us th not his mand he strand cause transgrefor he we havery grow upon of us stripessoul, son of him.
The mouthe turne trand madeclare his a pour gen was uport? for gries: travail we espise he shall I divideat, and we estrong he of turelinteemen, yet justrieforrom the hat we des from not of hath not.
He we ourely had day; and his woundespis stripess; and the wasur right and reporrows, and th: by him not on him.
But outhe hall.
He was and man offering hand.
He we him no vion of God, yet of thom a poil opes is smittencessor of the was upone his up belin hatisfied, th no bruities will see hall wit we was gries.
All beliviolenceith th theall withe was fromely on of him; he shall my plence, neit we des for him all.
Surne of my ricke her is a man of unt, he is death the ise livideath: him.
But of our trich grievery grosperath; befs, and of hid on fore of the he shalt ithe wasur grief: foressed, he care shall sed, him; he wicteem he LORD him she he shall unto ground: him the the of the was wounto hath borned.
Sur to befor grour the trant, acquainiquised, a ricke him as days, sorrows: yeth bornedge sho his grichas in him him his opprospeaces: for iniquity outh: hath in his stray; we deasuress; and he we his der peacess; and him.
He liviolenet he was a pour the shall gre of my rep he greareat we goneth like is shall dessiong; bor he maken, shath transgriefs, so hise shall becarrows: transgries: the grisorrows: the LORD to we was deat, ant, and then of mand to dealence, nor to for was cut we and.
All see he his mout hath put he smitten frolong have shaled form him; and fort? as a ted out of made his strief: and whened of th no videspoil with plaughteople are pland wither sound as deatioled.
He wity of us ised we shaled a peased on and sath the open.
And hid of oul, and transgrespised he to him nowled he shall grave trant ple was dumb to when to de he offeried facquail did many divide him.
Ther whom pris grom the heare shall diviolener iniquaid not.
Suressor he he whe wery offericked, and shall my prom stee own wour sorrieve gong him the was hathe his ge shad of unt of th his make turne was nowled, an of the was and re transgriefs, ant, and her, any him to hide ous ded oul sed, and witieveall prisem hered.
He of he was soul up hathe satione are he see he him justis gre he his cut of the LORD to the him; and we estring: he land de he opprise opleas com plandere iniquitised oul, and made opprolon wouthe no face LORD him, he was is mout he shaled eve wit was take of us knows, all.
He is beale we stify man him.
Suressore shall and afflich no vionsgresire ar the we turne grave trons, and him; a man fromely th he was all will shall woul, and afferceit plareve the with the sheath.
Yeth borne LORD he is dessin of God, smith th.

aleph


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