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3 gwado'hwĕñdjy[[underline]]o'[[/underline]]ñ nik. Naye' dī' ē"'he'sathõyé'' ne' stre'swagowānĕ", Naye' iyá' de'agwāno'hwe's swa'djīk gotga'de' ne' thonĕ" Í'swe's ne' lúyá' de'hoñwa'hā's ne' Shoñgwayá' di"s a''č' Gotga'de' Naye' gēñgwã' oñ no"'doñnyoñk ne' wa'hetgē"' tea' nayoñ dyeä'. Naye' dī' agwe'he' ónë' ayoñ ni'he"' tea' ne'tro niyago'nigo"'he'déñ ne' thoué" i'sewe's. Naye' ne' agwé'he' wadää'swahetgé"' soñgā' gi's hé" É"yagodi'í'liwadyeé"'. Agwéhé dī' da e dwayen a' da'she dwdano"' hūñnyoñ' gé"s ne' S hoñgwaya'dī's ā'ī' ne' oné" hē' É"yoñ -
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