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the two men are dead & fighting in the afterworld [[box]] the place where the two men will meet their wives in the afterworld Rahoy Batang Sipat Simu dog pa alurat [[box]] One half tier is in the after world if we happen that we were be separate I will wait under the four flags (see last page), When three days come Sinagabuhan shout up into the air, who will help us, no one, so we can go to anywhere in this wide world behind, we are just useless to stay here we are only girls. We should go to the after world, and should leave behind our [[strikethrough]] coura [[/strikethrough]] cowardness. [[underlined]] Kamilatal asa [[/underlined]] said to Sinagabuhan, please do not fight with the christian, you are [[left facing angle]] beginning to be [[strikethrough]] fragrent [[/strikethrough]] pregnant, then she got her [[?]] and ran to the group of soldiers, many soldiers died. Her [[?]] is gold, after dark she sing a song about bird. Sinagabuhan worried because her husband Jambargan was killed by the christian soldiers: Then Sinagabuhan sang about the bird by the name is Tihilao own by Santa Then Santa ran after [[strikethrough]] noon [[/strikethrough]] high noon; his three steps are equavelent to one thousand steps. [[strikethrough]] He [[/strikethrough]] The war awakened by his bird. Santa went into the home of [[underlined]] Kalimatol asa [[/underlined]], Sinang said: you should be ashamed: why do you call [[strikethrough]] you [[/strikethrough]] me your lover. By and by I'll cut you into several pieces.
equavelent = equivalent are Kamilatal asa and Kalimatol asa the same name spelled differently or two different names?
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