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Last Update: 2014-10-20
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ekak amta'y piseng ko say ma-kal eya sepik sun sikam...., Tan on pas-pas kuma eya bay bayag ja akew say man udop kita muwan, Ma-egshe-an ko ita takday mo, e akan ko iya inpetang ja ungok tan arakup ko sun sikam, e-tenengan mo ja ekwan ko'y pipiyan takan pasya...

Last Update: 2014-09-29
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