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[[start card Left 1]] cl. 5. tlā'[[pre?]]litl lai 'koa nun water comes [[end card Left 1]] [[start card Left 2]] cl. 9. lg aika we excl. [[end card Left 2]] [[start card Left 3]] cl. 9. ne cai ka we incl. [[end card Left 3]] [[start card Left 4]] cl. 6. ab' a' ē lō wedge [[end card Left 4]] [[start card Right 1]] cl.5. ik' oa' le. whale [[end card Right 1]] [[start card Right 2]] cl. 5. k[[edited-in a]]tl ā'ma killer whale [[end card Right 2]] [[start card Right 3]] cl. 11. dān, what? [[end card Right 3]] [[start card Right 4]] cl. 11. kāgla where [[end card Right 4]]
For cards Left 2 & 3, I'm taking the meaning to be "we, excusive" and "we, inclusive". It was a toss up as to whether the "we/ne" was part of the Clackamas or English language.
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