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11 thògé oné" ne' háséñnow ā'né" tea' niyóñ' ha'hāwí' ni' hoé'hwí',wáhé"'hé' [[underlined é]]ñ' né'" gā'yé"' wa'gw a dwéñnagé"'s ä[[underline above ä]]' tea' niyóñ' dayagwawnñnitgé"'whá'. Tho'gé ní"'hagwá' wa'hagéhéñ' tea' niyóñ' ha'hā wí', Oné' sa'hya'déñdyá'. Hoñsa'hniyo"' tea' noñwe' godega'dádáhéñ'. Thógé o'né' wa' oñt gíñní'éá' gagwí gí'. Tho'gé oné' wa'shagothāhas ne'gagwégí' é"ley agodathawádík dé"'hoñwano"'héñhek o'ní' ne' Hawēñnùyo' hé"'gé'djík té"'sa' ní' oné" é"yó'gāk he yotgon da'gwí' nétho né"yó'dík, Wa'hā-
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