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[[page number in pencil in top right corner]] 189 [[stamped page number in top margin]] 191 [[underline]] D,gūmqālāgāsās W,ākās [[/underline]] Lū Dūqālȳsālā ¯ ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ ..........that is ...... & .......... _ gūqālāī lāx yālāLī lā lāī ¯ living in village at goose island then she [[underline]] D,gūmqālāgās [[/underline]] ¯ ............ nīk kās Gāxī D,ōqā Xīs Wī,wāgā Gāx lāī said for her come see her brothers come she Lāxīdā lāām B,āwīEqī D,gūmqālāgās ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ started in canoe now in family way her ............ _ Gāx lāī lāx ts,āẋīnā lāī māyūLīdā s,ā came they say to skeener then she confined she the Bābāgūm Hīẋīdā āmlāxāāwīs Dīs,āmẋīdī D,ā little boy away they say, also he turn into stone the
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