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By Charles Kevin Stuart, Gerald Roche, and Tshe dbang rdo rje (editors); various authors

A mdo Tibetan Tongue Twisters (7-51) via Blo rtan rdo rje, Charles Kevin Stuart, and Gerald Roche
An Amdo Tibetan Village New yr Trance Medium Ritual (53-64) by way of Dpal ldan bkra shis, and Charles Kevin Stuart
Calling again the misplaced Namuyi Tibetan Soul through Libu Lakhi, Charles Kevin Stuart, and Gerald Roche
Dying Hunters, Poison vegetation, and Mute Slaves-Nature and culture in modern Nuosu Yi Poetry (117-158) by means of Mark Bender)
The Ersu Shaba Pictographic Writing process (159-186) via sunlight Hongkai
The Fourth Belmang-Bodhisattva, property Lord, Tibetan military chief, and chinese language govt legit (187-211) via Paul Nietupski
The Horse With Saddles-Tamxhwe in sleek Golok (213-235) by means of Fernanda Pirie
Seating, funds, and nutrients at an Amdo Village Funeral (237-294) via Rin chen rdo rje and Charles Kevin Stuart
The Sengze Village Mani (295-312) by way of Dkon mchog dge lugs and Charles Kevin Stuart
Tibetan lifestyles and Tibetological Discourse-Differences and proposals (313-329) via Roche, Gerald, Nag tshang grub rgyal, and Mtsho mo skyid
A reaction to methods and the Syntax of Noun words in Qinghai chinese language Dialects (331-347) via Keith Dede
Lazi (Lab rtse) development in Karmatang (Skar ma thang) Village (349-366) by means of Tshe mdo
Review-Wutun (367-371) by means of Keith Slater
Story-God Door (373-382) through Tshe dpag rnam rgyal

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Told to drink a cup of liquor. 1 a gcig cha gcig bse ru rwa gcig a gnyis cha gnyis ra ma nu gnyis 3 a gsum cha gsum thab ka 'go gsum 4 a bzhi cha bzhi mdzo mo nu bzhi 5 a lnga cha lnga mdzub gu spun lnga 6 a drug cha drug skar ma smin drug 7 a bdun cha bdun skar ma sme bdun 8 a brgyad cha brgyad sha bo rwa brgyad 9 a dgu cha dgu srin po mgo dgu 10 a bcu cha bcu khyi mo nu bcu 2 1 a h¶”k ¶ha h¶”k si r” ra h¶”k a ¦i ¶ha ¦i ra ma n” ¦i 3 a s”m ¶ha s”m thab ka mgo s”m 4 a ¼” ¶ha ¼” mdzo mo n” ¼” 5 a ¥a ¶ha ¥a mdz” k” §p”n ¥a 6 a ´”k ¶ha ´”k skar ma m”n ´”k 7 a d”n ¶ha d”n skar ma me d”n 8 a rjed ¶ha rjed ça Ú ra rjed 9 a g” ¶ha g” s”n po mgo g” 10 a c” ¶ha c” ᭥h” mo n” c” 2 1 Saying one, say of the rhinoceros with one horn, Saying two, say of the goat with two teats, 3 Saying three, say of the stove that has three legs, 4 Saying four, say of the mdzo mo that has four teats, 5 Saying five, say of the fingers that are five brothers, 6 Saying six, say of the Pleiades that has six stars, 7 Saying seven, say of sme bdun27 that has seven stars, 8 Saying eight, say of the deer with eight-spiked antlers, 9 Saying nine, say of the demon with nine heads, 10 Saying ten, say of females dogs with ten teats.

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