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  • prettymilwaukeequeen
    05.01.2021 - 4 monts ago

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  • aqua-tan
    01.10.2020 - 7 monts ago

    The worst best thing about walking away from “Yuki no Hana” is that Yusuke now lives rent free in my head. I didn’t think I would love this awkward guy as much as I do, but here I am.

    #Aqua talks YnH
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  • aqua-tan
    01.10.2020 - 7 monts ago

    Gonna watch Omi’s sad winter movie.

    Oh no, he’s a rude boy with a heart of gold. 🤤

    #Aqua talks YnH #I get why he wears baggy clothes in this #still it looks kinda werid
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    13.05.2021 - 3 days ago
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  • musawir-mangi
    02.05.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    Those who own the data, own the future.

    - YNH

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  • poetryofchrist
    27.02.2021 - 2 monts ago

    A glossary limited by book - example for Ruth.

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    It is somewhat possible to get a feel for a book by the words that it uses. For instance, the use of gdl, great in the book of Jonah, marks it as a tale. Here is a superficial analysis of the words of Ruth. I can see my subjective summary of the words by domain.

    Summary of the domains by word count in the book of Ruth

    What is the dominant word-set for Ruth? It is difficult to see from the high level. I glanced below at the full set of words for Ruth alone, and two stand out: Family (part of Culture) and Person (part of Names). I was surprised by how low trouble seems to be in this Book. If you scan below you will find more sub-domains that seem to govern the story in Ruth.

    Comparing trouble with family in the book of Ruth

    Appeal

    grace knn(3) answer ynh(3) voice qvl(2) acclaim, call qra(7) hear, heard wmy(2)

    Approach

    touch ngy(1) come close ngw(1) compel pgy(2) near qrb(2)

    Birth

    pregnancy hrh(1) born, boy, boys, gave birth, succession ild(18) remain shut up ygn(1)

    Bodypart

    ear azn(1) lap kiq(1) hand id(3) heart lb(2) eyes yin(4) face pnh(2) side xd(1) feet rgl(4)

    City

    house bit(14) built bnh(1) reside gvr(1) stop lvn(3) city yir(4) gate wyr(10)

    Clothe

    cloak 'tpk(1) sandal nyl(2) shawl wmlh(1)

    Conj

    and if, even, if, or, whether am(11) and thus, thus ch(3) because, for, for only, in this case, that ci(28)

    Container

    vessel cli(1)

    Covenant

    choice bkr(1) bless brc(5) part klq(2) descend ird(2) inheritance nkl(3) up svc(1) sate wby(3) restore, return, turn back wvb(15) flip off, flipped off wlp(2)

    Cut

    cut off crt(1)

    Death

    dead, death, die, died mvt(12) entomb qbr(1)

    Destroy

    left off kdl(1) fall out, fell npl(2) impair wkt(1) sweep wyr(10)

    Distant

    end qxx(1)

    Eat

    ate, eat acl(5) vinegar kmx(1) dip 'tbl(1) bread lkm(9) thirst xma(1) parched grain qlh(1) famine ryb(1) imbibe wth(3)

    Economy

    sell mcr(1) bought, buy qnh(6) wage wcr(1)

    Empty

    empty riq(2)

    Exists

    there none ain(1) there iw(2)

    Family

    father ab(3) brother ak(2) mother am(11) maidservant amh(2) wife, woman, women awh(15) son, sons bn(8) daughter bt(11) mother-in-law kmvt(10) sister-in-law ibm(2) daughter-in-law, daughters law, daughters-in-law clh(11) friend ryh(2) handmaid wpkh(2)

    Fear

    apprehensive krd(1) fear ira(1)

    Flourish

    better, good, merry 'tvb(6) full mla(1)

    God

    Lord advn(1) God alvh(4) Yahweh ihvh(18) Sufficient wdi(2)

    Grief

    wept bch(2) bereft war(2)

    Group

    family mwpkh(2) alien ncr(4) people ym(25) neighbour wcn(1)

    Harvest

    gather asp(1) threshing-floor grn(4) seed zry(1) beat out kb't(1) glean lq't(12) bale ymr(2) bundle xbt(1) harvest, reap qxr(11)

    Heaven

    earth arx(4) evening yrb(1)

    Holy

    comfort nkm(1)

    Human

    adult, man aiw(21) inner part myh(1) lad, lads, lass nyr(13)

    Joy

    delight kpx(1) acquaintance, know, known, there acquaintance idy(9) kiss nwq(2)

    Judgment

    rebuke gyr(1) winnow zrh(1) attestation, witness yvd(6) judge, judgment wp't(2)

    Life

    life, live kih(2)

    Location

    Beth, Beth- bit(14) Israel iwral(5) -Lehem, Lehem lkm(9) Moab mvab(14) Ephratha prh(1) Sdeh- wdh(16)

    Look

    recognize ncr(4) saw rah(2)

    Love

    love ahb(1)

    Measure

    ephah aiph(2) grown up gdl(1) commence kll(1) middle kxh(1) add isp(1) left, leftover itr(2) measure mdd(1) brief my't(1) further yvd(6) rich ywr(3) morsel ptt(1) ply xb't(1) chance qrh(2)

    Meet

    coincidence alm(1) cross, pass ybr(2) arose, raise, raise up qvm(9) name wm(20)

    Modifier

    all, and all, every, everything cl(13) excessive, much more mad(2)

    Negative

    no, not al(29) not, that not, without bli(3) and not, not, so not, that none la(16) not lva(2) lest pn(1)

    Number

    ten ywr(3) seven wby(3) day yesterday wlw(1) second, two wnh(11) six ww(2)

    Pardon

    lifted up, took nwa(4)

    Particle

    and, you at(44) and also, and even, and even if, and moreover, but moreover, even gm(9) and behold, behold hnh(5) please na(2) what a plni(1)

    People

    Ephrathite aprti(1) Moabite mvab(14)

    Person

    Elimelek alimlc(6) Boaz byz(20) David dvd(2) Hetsron kxrvn(2) Judah ihvdh(4) Jesse iwi(3) Chilion clivn(3) Leah lah(1) Mahlon mklvn(4) Mara mrr(3) Nashon nkwvn(2) Naomi nymi(21) Obed yvbd(3) Aminadab ymindb(2) Orpah yrph(2) Perez prx(3) Ram rvm(2) Ruth rvt(12) Rachel rkl(1) Salmah wlmh(2) Tamar tmr(1)

    Place

    land arx(4) here hlah(1) here ph(2) place qvm(9) field wdh(16) there wm(20)

    Planting

    wheat k'th(1) bitter, bitterness mrr(3) stalks grain wbl(1) barley wyr(10)

    Poor

    weak dl(1)

    Praise

    stay close, stayed close dbq(4) provide ihb(1) prostrate wkh(1)

    Prep

    after, after you, behind them akr(12) and to, to, to her, to him, to me, to them, with her al(29) and from, with, with her, with you at(44) her, in me, it, me, to her, you b(8) and you, between, me bin(3) except you zvl(1) as if, for her, for him, for me, for you, for yourself, her, him, his, i, me, my, to her, to him, to me, to us, to you l(48) from, of, than I, than your mn(8) and before, before ngd(8) and concerning, concerning, concerning them, for, on, on her, on you, over, to yl(13) and with me, from, with, with her, with him, with me, with you ym(25) before pnh(2) under tkt(1)

    Pronoun-Sa

    another akr(12) and these, these alh(2) and myself, i myself ani(2) and I, and i myself, i, myself anci(7) as , from what, that, what, where, wherever, which, who, whom, whose awr(42) you at(44) you yourself, yourself ath(2) you atm(2) and himself, he, himself hva(6) she hia(5) and they, for themselves, to them hm(3) them hn(1) and this, that, this zat(5) beyond this one, this zh(2)

    Protect

    held fast, hold fast akz(2) sure amx(1) redeem, redemption gal(23) take refuge ksh(1) nourish cvl(1) got lqk(3) separate prd(1)

    Question

    how aic(1) where aiph(2) and how anh(1) why lmh(2) why mdvy(1) that, who, whose mi(3)

    Quiet

    quiet l't(1) quiet wq't(1)

    Receive

    gave, give ntn(8)

    Rest

    rest nvk(2) spread prw(1) cease wbt(1) lay down, lie down, lies down, lying wcb(8)

    Rule

    sat, sat down, settle, sit, sit tight, sitting here iwb(11) command xvh(3) put wvm(1) put, set wit(2)

    Seek

    seek bqw(1) find mxa(4)

    Send

    turn aside, turned aside svr(2)

    Shame

    humiliate clm(1)

    Sin

    brought evil ryy(1)

    Speak

    said, say, women said amr(54) speak, spoke, spoken dbr(6) clear, evident ngd(8)

    Stand

    monitor nxb(2) stood ymd(1) pile yrm(1)

    Strength

    valour gbr(1) ability, wealth kil(3)

    Teaching

    visit pqd(1)

    Time

    follow, last akr(12) morning bqr(4) happen, there, there being hih(21) old zqn(5) day, days, today ivm(8) night, tonight lil(4) till, until yd(10) there yvd(6) time yt(1) minute yth(4) begin raw(1) grey hair wib(1) year wnh(11)

    Trust

    confidante, truly amn(2) disclose, uncover glh(3) expect qvh(1) wait wbr(1)

    Vexation

    excite hvm(1) tossed turn lpt(1) exchange mvr(1) discard, forsake, forsaken, forsook yzb(4)

    Violence

    pilfer wll(2)

    Walk

    came, come, go, went bva(18) go, went hlc(18) brought out, came out, come out, go out ixa(4) ascend ylh(1)

    Water

    wash rkx(1) drawn wab(1)

    Way

    way drc(1)

    Whole

    kind, kindness, mercy ksd(3) consummate, consummation, finish clh(11) full pay wlm(2)

    Wings

    wing cnp(2)

    Work

    matter, thing dbr(6) deal, dealt, out ywh(13) work pyl(1)

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  • waxwingsfail
    29.01.2021 - 3 monts ago

    Quynh arriving back: fuck off, fuck off, you too where is my wife

    Andy standing at the back of the group: 😍..Qu..ynh, my h..ear..t

    Quynh: give me a kiss now!

    Andy: *nodding dumbly*

    #tog #the old guard #andy#Quynh#dramaquynh#andromaquynh #Andromache the Scythian #tog mine
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  • nonbinaryezrabridger
    24.01.2021 - 3 monts ago

    Idk if others can relate to this but I avoid reblogging a lot of A*dy/q*ynh content bc a lot of the canon scenes with q*ynh are of her dying horribly which fits with what we need to learn in the story but anytime I see that content reproduced in a A*ndy/q*ynh gif set, even if it’s otherwise beautiful and amazing and romantic, I just can’t reblog it bc those graphic death scenes rly mess with me as a wlw. I’m not saying they shouldn’t have been filmed or anything but I just want to see happy q*ynh content produced more bc I want to believe wlw have happy futures too

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  • anarchonecromancy
    06.10.2020 - 7 monts ago

    sapiens was good at first but then it kept getting dumber and dumber until ynh was like well liberalism may have killed a lot of people, but some of those people might have been mean to me so its impossible to say if its bad and then ended with oh boy cyborg overlords! theres no way this can go wrong dude!!!! >>.<<

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  • rainy-cab-ride
    11.09.2020 - 8 monts ago
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  • poetryofchrist
    03.08.2020 - 9 monts ago

    Summary of the rules - a point of stability

    Continuing to explain to myself this program I am writing in response to the transformation of a pointed Hebrew text into one that conforms to standard hebrew spelling.

    Right now I have 143 explicit named 'rules' governing subsets of Hebrew stems and their various word forms. That means 143 distinct sets of transformations that apply to a set of stems.

    Do they make sense? 

    Here for example is the first entry below: gvi, irw, mdi each allow double i /ii/ in the calculated SimHebrew word, whatever its origin. That is the only 'rule' applied to these stems. I see that each of these stems has an /i/ in it, so this collection is not contradictory. Allow double i would be a silly rule for say the stem dbr since dbr by default does not allow i. For dbr to appear with allow double i, there would have to be another rule attached to it that allowed i for some condition.

    The next rule collection is allow double i, allow i and the two stems that have this rule are ml't and yl, neither of which allows i as a default, so again the rule is self-consistent. 

    A little further down I saw rules I would question just as I noted above. How can words that don't allow i get to have a double i? Sure enough, when I removed those from the rule, it made no difference to the results.

    A little further down, there was a rule that combined allow_i with allow_i_v. The rules that allow i as well as allowing i for prefix i are OK since i with prefix i translates into a forced double i. But to allow i with prefix v is a subset of allowing i, so the rule is redundant. Equally if i is allowed implicitly and not explicitly prevented, then rules that are subsets of allowing i can be removed. I removed about 11 such redundancies.

    Remember Occam's razor.

    And so on. What I should do at some point is remove all the specific references to stems as rules from the code and put them into a database as I have in these now 143 cases. Then I could invent some additional language analysis. Maybe when it's easier to do that than just adding more rules I might do it. (Programmers take the route with the fewest obstacles.)

    A word about o. The default is to allow it, so if it isn't wanted, a rule must specifically prevent it. So there is a rule below entitled prevent_o. It applies to 9 stems in the test data. I have been in tension whether to name every rule. A single rule that has exceptions for every stem presents a problem. Too many rules! So I oscillate between those I can easily remember and a search for specific combinations of letters and vowels. 

    Rule Combination      Applies to these stems

    allow_dbl_i,

    gvi, irw, mdi

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i,

    ml+, yl

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i, hatef_qamats_vav,

    yvp

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i_c, qamats_1_vav,

    zvh

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i_h,

    abh

    allow_dbl_i, prevent_i, qamats_yod_ii,

    hih

    allow_dbl_i, prevent_i_h,

    ixt

    allow_i,

    +vb, acr, amx, at, bqw, brk, btq, bwr, bzr, ckd, clh, cn, cnr, csa, csh, ctr, cys, dbh, dlh, dvd, gbr, gll, gn, hnm, k+h, kbl, kc, kdql, kmd, kmw, knm, kth, ktt, kx, lb, lpd, lvn, lyg, m+h, mdd, mgn, mvab, nax, nba, ngr, nkl, npx, nqb, nqh, nsh, nsy, ntc, nym, pnnh, psl, pss, ptk, ptt, pzr, q+r, qnm, qxx, rbb, rmvn, rpa, rxp, rxx, sll, snsn, tcn, tmr, w+k, wn, wqx, wvb, wvh, ww, wyy, xhr, xma, xmk, xmq, xnh, xnr, y+r, yqb, ywr, yxm, yzz, zch, zmh, zmm, zmr

    allow_i, allow_i_i,

    bxr, glh, qvh, wbr, wck

    allow_i, allow_i_i, closed_qamats,

    nwq

    allow_i, allow_i_i, hatef_qamats_vav,

    dmh

    allow_i, closed_qamats,

    crm, lbb

    allow_i, hatef_qamats_vav,

    wbl, xpr

    allow_i, hatef_qamats_vav, qamats_1_vav,

    klh

    allow_i, i_tsere_ii,

    yxb

    allow_i, i_tsere_ii, qamats_1_vav,

    amn

    allow_i, prevent_i_h,

    hlc, hll, rgy, wgh, xmt, yll

    allow_i, prevent_i_h, allow_i_i,

    pla, wmy

    allow_i, prevent_i_h, allow_i_i, qamats_u,

    clm

    allow_i, prevent_i_h, i_tsere_ii, prevent_o,

    rah

    allow_i, prevent_o,

    abd, azn

    allow_i, prevent_pfx_hi,

    nxb, pgy

    allow_i, qamats_1_vav,

    rnn

    allow_i, vavqamats_vv,

    xvh

    allow_i_0afx,

    gdy, kzq, lmd, qxr, tqn, wcn

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_c, allow_i_l,

    wcr

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_h, allow_i_l, allow_i_v,

    awh

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_l,

    pnh

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_sfx, allow_i_h, allow_i_i, allow_i_t, allow_i_v, remove_h,

    ntn

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_sfx, allow_i_i, allow_i_t,

    mla

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_sfx, allow_i_v,

    ynh

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_sfx, i_tsere_ii, hatef_patah_vav,

    avh

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_v,

    wlk

    allow_i_0afx, allow_i_v, closed_qamats,

    rkm

    allow_i_0afx, hatef_qamats_vav,

    qdw

    allow_i_0pfx,

    dca, gdp, yqw

    allow_i_0pfx, allow_i_b, allow_i_h, allow_i_t,

    kll

    allow_i_0pfx, allow_i_b, prevent_pfx_hi, allow_i_t,

    pll

    allow_i_a,

    drw, wvm

    allow_i_a, allow_i_i,

    nxl, wp+

    allow_i_b,

    abib, mn, zq

    allow_i_b, allow_i_i,

    crt

    allow_i_b, allow_i_i, allow_i_m, allow_i_t,

    sbb

    allow_i_b, allow_i_i, allow_i_t,

    ngp

    allow_i_b, allow_i_i, closed_qamats,

    bra

    allow_i_c,

    wtl, xpkt

    allow_i_c, allow_i_l, allow_i_v,

    cpr

    allow_i_h,

    hgh, mss, nsc, nvk, nxx, rby, twy, wpc, zhr

    allow_i_h, allow_i_i,

    wby

    allow_i_h, allow_i_v,

    nqm

    allow_i_h, prevent_pfx_hi,

    rym

    allow_i_h, prevent_pfx_hi, allow_i_v,

    wal

    allow_i_h, qamats_vav_iv,

    wlv

    allow_i_i,

    arc, crh, cwl, gml, krh, lpt, mas, mcc, mvl, mvr, n+r, nbl, ndd, ngw, npk, nsk, ntq, ntx, nvn, nwc, nzl, prd, qhl, qnh, qvx, rbh, scn, scr, svg, wkk, wrp, xmd, zry

    allow_i_i, allow_i_l, allow_i_t,

    lkm

    allow_i_i, allow_i_t,

    bhl, ctb, dmm, lcd, mkh, mv+, n+w, ngy, nxr, tmm

    allow_i_i, allow_i_t, allow_i_v,

    tpw

    allow_i_i, allow_i_v,

    str

    allow_i_i, i_patah_ii_exc1,

    ild

    allow_i_i, i_tsere_ii,

    idy

    allow_i_i, init_i_ii, i_patah_ii_exc1,

    ikl

    allow_i_l,

    wyn

    allow_i_m,

    qrn

    allow_i_sfx,

    amt, aw, axl, b+k, dwn, kch, mhr, mll, my+, qdm, qll, wdp, wvy, ym

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_b,

    xl, yt

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_b, allow_i_c, prevent_pfx_hi,

    gdl

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_b, allow_i_i, allow_i_v,

    qbx

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_h, allow_i_i, allow_i_v,

    nkm

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_i, allow_i_l,

    mnh

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_i, prevent_o,

    bnh

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_i, remove_h,

    spr

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_l,

    am

    allow_i_sfx, allow_i_t,

    bly

    allow_i_sfx, hatef_qamats_vav,

    lq+

    allow_i_sfx, i_tsere_ii,

    klx

    allow_i_sfx, prevent_i_h, allow_i_i, allow_i_t,

    npl

    allow_i_sfx, prevent_pfx_hi, qamats_u,

    pqd

    allow_i_t,

    +ma, mxa, n+p, nvd, qrb, rhb, war, wkt

    allow_i_t, allow_i_v,

    ndr

    allow_i_t, allow_i_v, qamats_vav_iv,

    alm

    allow_i_v,

    +vl, al, kqr, krw, ngd, nkt, nqp, nyr, rmh, rxh, wbk, wcm, wkr, wlm, wqh, zvd

    allow_i_v, closed_qamats,

    kwc

    allow_i_v, i_tsere_ii, remove_yod,

    qvm

    allow_i_v, qamats_u,

    wlc

    closed_qamats,

    anknv, bkn, brc, hdr, krp, mhh, mlc, prx, scc, slk, wcb, wrt, yml

    cmn_final_i_exc,

    az, dvi, iwi, wi

    cmn_final_i_exc, allow_dbl_i, prevent_i, i_tsere_ii, remove_h, qamats_yod_ii,

    kih

    cmn_masc_pl_exc,

    abivn, ivnh, mim

    cmn_masc_pl_exc, allow_i_a, allow_i_i, allow_i_t,

    wmm

    cmn_masc_pl_exc, i_patah_ii,

    igy

    cmn_sfx_exc,

    id, ira, ixr, wna, wph

    cmn_sfx_exc, allow_i,

    byt

    cmn_sfx_exc, create_final_ha, allow_i_i,

    qra

    create_final_ha,

    kgr, qry

    create_final_ha, allow_i,

    kwb

    create_final_ha, allow_i_i,

    qrh

    create_final_ha, allow_i_i, allow_i_t,

    n+y

    create_final_ha, allow_i_i, allow_i_t, allow_i_v,

    lqk

    create_final_ha, allow_i_i, allow_i_t, remove_h,

    cvn

    create_final_ha, allow_i_sfx,

    zcr

    create_final_ha, qamats_1_vav,

    yzr

    create_final_ha, remove_h,

    ymd

    create_final_ha, restore_a, allow_i_i, allow_i_v,

    bva

    create_final_ha, vavqamats_vv,

    wvq

    hatef_patah_vav,

    gah, kvl, wkh

    hatef_qamats_vav,

    krb, qdqd, sbl, wkd, xri, ymr, ypr

    hatef_qamats_vav, qamats_1_vav,

    anih

    hatef_segol_vav,

    avil

    hatef_segol_vav, vavtsere_vv,

    yvh

    i_patah_ii,

    bliyl, din, iaw, ixb, yit

    i_tsere_ii,

    blh, dah, hrs, iph, iqd, ird, irq, iry, iwb, kmm, kpz, rcc, rdh, rdm, rgn, rkq, ryy, spn, ydi, yip, yvr

    i_tsere_ii, hatef_qamats_vav,

    yni

    i_tsere_ii, i_patah_ii, qamats_yod_ii, vavtsere_vv,

    iin

    i_tsere_ii, prevent_o,

    amr, ywh

    init_i_ii, i_patah_ii_exc1,

    isr

    init_i_ii, i_tsere_ii,

    iqr

    prevent_i,

    bin, mmi

    prevent_i, prevent_o,

    ihvh

    prevent_i_h,

    ixg, lvi

    prevent_o,

    acl, aiph, aph, bch, bl, ch, dkh, iawih, la, mwh, nad, ph, pry, raw, wilh, wla, wlmh, wmal, wth, xan, zat, zh

    prevent_o, hatef_qamats_vav,

    akz

    prevent_o, vavqamats_vv,

    lvh

    prevent_pfx_hi,

    ink

    prevent_pfx_hi, allow_i_m, allow_i_t, allow_i_v, qamats_1_vav,

    knn

    prevent_pfx_hi, allow_i_m, i_tsere_ii, remove_yod,

    ixa

    qamats_1_vav,

    ark, avn, bvw, ctl, kq, wr, ybd

    qamats_1_vav, closed_qamats,

    ahl

    qamats_u,

    +by, ryl

    qamats_vav_iv,

    ikd

    qub_a_exc,

    +la, kla, wvah

    qub_a_exc, allow_i_sfx,

    cla

    qub_a_exc, closed_qamats,

    gal

    remove_h,

    ryw

    remove_h, prevent_o,

    pdh

    remove_yod,

    kbr

    restore_a,

    nva

    restore_a, qub_a_exc, allow_i_h, allow_i_t, allow_i_v,

    nwa

    sp_exc, allow_dbl_i, allow_i_v,

    cny

    sp_exc, allow_i_0afx, allow_i_sfx, allow_i_m, allow_i_v, closed_qamats,

    dbr

    vavqamats_vv,

    gvy, rvh, xvk, yrh

    vavqamats_vv, vavtsere_vv, vavpatah_vv,

    wlh, ynv

    vavtsere_vv,

    kgv, mzv, ninvh, qxh

    vavtsere_vv, vavpatah_vv,

    nvh

    allow_dbl_i,

    gvi, irw, mdi

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i,

    ml+, yl

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i, hatef_qamats_vav,

    yvp

    allow_dbl_i, allow_i_c, qamats_1_vav,

    zvh

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