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Siya, be it so," Nanda agreed. " Siyat! " Shridaman corrected him, in the pure
tongue. Nanda laughed at himself and them both. " Siyat, Siyat! " he repeated. "
Hair-splitter, leave me my lingo! When I speak Sanskrit it sounds like the snuffling
of a ...
Yet I will say, when you corrected my Prakrit and wanted me to say Siyat, it struck
me again how strange it is that you are using your correct and cultured speech in
the interest of simplification." " You have no ground to reproach me," Shri- ...
You might at least be correct and say Siyat," said Nanda, whose eyes at his
friend's last words had sought the ground, " instead of letting your peasant limbs
rule your mouth. You are welcome to them, so far as I am concerned, I have had
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