- ... tçucureri. = Mukashi arishi ie wa marenari, arui wa kozo yaburete kotoshi tsukureri. = There are few old houses [remaining]; those that were torn downMessage 1 of 46 , Oct 2, 2000View Source
> "Mucaxi arixi iyeua marenari, aruiua cozo yaburete cotoxitçucureri." = "Mukashi arishi ie wa marenari, arui wa kozo
kotoshi tsukureri." = "There are few old houses [remaining]; those
that were torn down last year are built [anew] this year." (This is
part of a long passage on the impermanence of things in the capital.)
>would -- reasonably so -- not give a hoot. I just had to let you
> Sorry for being so hyper about something on which most sane people
know. This is *so* cool.
>Noble Amida! It's madness!!!
> (a pig in sh!t)
- That s another one I forgot to ask about: Does anybody have a reliable yoroi hitatare pattern? -Shimaha.Message 46 of 46 , Oct 9, 2000View SourceThat's another one I forgot to ask about:
Does anybody have a reliable yoroi hitatare pattern?
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