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[[1st card left]] Cl. 9. tli ptsq [[small x below]] woods. [[end 1st card left]] [[2nd card left]] I go to my [[?]] nô ya kō be[[e double underlined]] kke [[u over both k's and c over the e]] 69 Rā'qēwa [[q underlined]] amō'yē when art thou going? 82 ayō'yē when does he go tqō'ya we 2 go Slawā ablō'iq go slow a'ctō they go ut rō'ya we go. [[end 2nd card left]] [[3rd card left]] 82 ls' au anī'iaq I tie it ani'ā'qō 88 [[end 3rd card left]] [[4th card left]] 74. t'ōl [[c above l]] te'k [[e double underlined]] aweke, [[first e double underlined; notation above double underlined e pl.]] house post. [[end 4th card left]] [[1st card right]] Cl.10. ntlo'k [[small x under k]] umst I drink. [[end 1st card right]] [[2nd card right]] Cl. 4. ak'ō'tkōt she dog [[end 2nd card right]] [[3rd card right]] Cl.4. its' ō't'kōt dog [[end 3rd card right]] [[4th card right]] Cl.8. itcā'le'otkut, my dog [[end 4th card right]]
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