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iññā

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1.Ekwe iññā kōmij pojak in jerak emaroñ ḷọkin wiik in laḷ.“Alright; yes we are ready to go, maybe week after next. [P79]kōm
2.Iññā, ak āinwōt ebaj ettoḷọk,” Bojin eo eba.“Yeah, but it seems like it’s really far away,” the Boatswain said. [P1107]tōtoḷọk
3.Iññā,” euwaak Bojin eo.“Yes,” the Boatswain replied. [P409]tāāñ
4.Iññā,” euwaak.“Yeah,” he answered. [P125]iññā
5.Iññā,” Jema eba, Ikar lo wōt an Bojin karpeni potak jiddik ko ie raan eo ḷọk. Ak …”“Yes,” Father said. “I saw the Boatswain patching up some little tears the other day. But …” [P422]karpen
6.Iññā. …” Bojin eo ekar bar tōn kajjioñ likūt kuṇaan ippān Kapen eo ak eloe bwe ejej tokjān.“Yeah…” the Boatswain was going to try to give the Captain his opinion on the matter but he saw there was no point. [P902]kuṇaan
7.Iññā akō wōn enaaj kōnono ñan kōj?Yes, but who'll speak out for us?akō

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