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Hālsālā āmlāmās āko wādā nāmīmā lāxā
Nearly they did not get the best the four brothers from that 

Ga'lā, lā lāī wālā Lālā mās xā
grizzly bear, then they all killed make that

Ga'la, lā lāī kāsīdidā nāmīmā
grizzly bear, then they walked the four brothers

Lā lāī GānīLādā lā lāi mīxidāx
then came night now then they slept all.

Lā lāi māxīdā lāās [[?]] yāgāsā xīs
then it came morning day then he wakened up then... his 

[[nāhnāmwiyōt]], lā lāī kāsīdā, lāām lāmis
brothers then they walked, new there where
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