## 2010N0909

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## 2010N0906

### Ⴂlq˂鎿\ۂɖ𗧂C1 Ⴂlq˂鎿\ۂɖ𗧂C1 Ⴂlq˂鎿\ۂɖ𗧂C1 Ⴂlq˂鎿\ۂɖ𗧂C1

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Why Should I eHonor My Father and My Motherf?
gHONOR your father and your mother.h To many youths these words sound like something out of the Dark Ages.
Young Veda declared open rebellion against her father by dating a boy who abused drugs and alcohol. Defiantly, she would also go out dancing till the early morning hours. gI felt that he was too strict,h Veda explains. gI was 18 years old, and I thought I knew it all. I felt my father was mean and just didnft want me to have a good time, so I went out and did what I wanted to do.h
Most youths would probably disapprove of Vedafs actions. Yet, if their parents ordered them to clean their room, do their homework, or be in by a certain hour, many would seethe with resentment or, worse yet, would openly defy their parents! How a youth views his parents, though, can ultimately mean not only the difference between war and peace at home but also his very life. For the command to ehonor your parentsf comes from God, and he attaches the following incentive to heeding this commandment: gThat it may go well with you and you may endure a long time on the earth.h (Ephesians 6:2, 3) The stakes are high. Let us, therefore, take a fresh look at what honoring your father and your mother really means.
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## 2010N0111

### Coping With Loneliness

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Coping With Loneliness

It Is Often How You Look at It

Naturally you may crave a warm family of your own and bemoan being single. Yet, a recent poll asked various persons whether they would change their life with another person, if they could, and, if so, with whom. Amazingly, both married persons and singles looked enviously at each other. One wife who wanted to change life with her single girl friend wrote:

gHer time is her own. She can travel and go places whenever she wants to. When youfre married and have children your life is never your own. You always have a husband and children to answer to . . . Donft get me wrong. I love my family very much and they are the center of my life. But if I had it to do over again, I wouldnft get married.h—Psychology Today, August 1976.

Though your singleness may be forced rather than by choice, still look at the advantages. This viewpoint will help to prevent crippling self-pity. gThere are worse things in life than never finding a man,h warned one single woman, who added: gTherefs never finding yourself.h But that is not accomplished by spending onefs time thinking only about oneself.

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## 2010N0110

### Coping With Loneliness

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Coping With Loneliness

Telling a Lonely Person to gGet Busyh Is Not the Full Answer

Often the typical response to a lonely person is: gWhatfs wrong with you? You donft have to be lonely. Go out. Join a club. Get busy and do something!h The entire blame for the loneliness is laid on the victimfs shoulders.

However, staying busy simply for the sake of staying busy can be like a narcotic. It does not confront the real cause of the loneliness, but covers it over or dodges it. One researcher admitted:

gI have been told by countless widows that they have tried this formula [making themselves busy] only to find that they return home to an empty house exhausted and all the more vulnerable to the painful void of their lives.h

Nevertheless, some have found that keeping themselves busy doing things for others with an unselfish motive does ward off loneliness. It can help create the kind of relationships that lonely people lack. The Bible example of the Christian woman Dorcas illustrates this. gShe abounded in good deeds and gifts of mercy,h according to the Scriptural record.—Acts 9:36.

At her death, she was apparently unmarried. Had she developed close relationships with others? The Bible says that gall the widowsh wept over her death and eexhibited many garmentsf that Dorcas had made for them. (Acts 9:39) She had reached out with acts of kindness to those who were also alone. This endeared her to them. It also helped her to repel loneliness. Similar generosity can assist you today to cope with feelings of aloneness.

But why is it that some single persons find happiness with their circumstances while others fail?

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### Coping With Loneliness

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Coping With Loneliness

Simply Being Alone Is Not Necessarily Being Lonely

Many persons cherish some solitude so they can reflect and meditate. However, all persons have a basic need to communicate their feelings to another who will indicate an interest. When this desire to share the intimate concerns of onefs heart is frustrated, loneliness is the result.

We can easily see, then, how one could be lonely in a crowd, or even with a multitude of superficial acquaintances. Loneliness exists when there is no response from others, when we feel that we are not wanted or must carry our emotional loads alone.

There are legitimate reasons for loneliness. A mate or an intimate friend may die. No question about it—you are going to feel lonely. Divorce will also spawn loneliness. One woman describes such agony:

gI am in the middle of a divorce that I did not want and never expected to happen. My husband has left me. My agony at this time is so great that sometimes I wish I were dead. I donft feel I will ever get over this, especially at 4 a.m. when I wake up and realize once again that Ifve been abandoned and I am ALONE.h

If you move into new surroundings, perhaps far from close friends, loneliness may well follow. There is no need to feel embarrassed or ashamed. It is normal and to be expected. One authority said:

gOnce you accept loneliness as a perfectly human feeling, the lonely feelings will almost certainly pass. They will be replaced by another kind of mood or feeling. It is a fact of life that these feelings will come and go. Not accepting this fact, expecting to live in a constant state of euphoria, will only result in disappointment or bitterness.h—Theodore I. Rubin.

It is not a matter of never feeling lonely, but of not being overwhelmed by it. However, knowing what causes loneliness is one thing, finding an answer is another.

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## 2010N0109

### Coping With Loneliness

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Coping With Loneliness

JOANNA was an attractive 15-year-old and very popular with both boys and girls. She appeared to be happy, enjoying an abundance of companionship. Her life was cut short by the blast of a double-barreled shotgun—by her own hand. She left the note: gLove is not being lonely anymore. Boredom hurts.h

Why would a person like Joanna, so surrounded with friends, feel lonely?

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## 2010N0108

### Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

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Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

How Can the Lonely Be Helped?

A principal way to help the lonely is to show them love. Time and again the Bible encourages Godfs people to show love to one another, especially in times of trial. gIn brotherly love have tender affection for one another,h wrote the apostle Paul. (Romans 12:10) In fact, Godfs inspired Word says: gLove never fails.h (1 Corinthians 13:8) How can you show love to those who are lonely?

Rather than reject or ignore lonely people, concerned individuals can show their tender affection by patiently helping them whenever possible. They can be like the man Job, who said: gI would rescue the afflicted one crying for help, and the fatherless boy and anyone that had no helper. . . . And the heart of the widow I would make glad.h (Job 29:12, 13) Appointed elders in the Christian congregation and compassionate friends can act in the same considerate way by providing the basic human needs of understanding, warmth, and comfort. They can show empathy, and at times they can fill a need for confidential talk.—1 Peter 3:8.

Often, it is the little things that friends do for lonely people that are vitally important. For example, when a fellow believer loses a loved one in death, much good can be accomplished through kind acts of genuine friendship. Do not discount little kindnesses, like an invitation to a meal, a sympathetic ear, or encouraging conversation. These things are very effective in helping a person to combat loneliness.—Hebrews 13:16.

Likely all of us will experience bouts of loneliness from time to time. Yet, loneliness need not become a scourge. Fill your life with meaningful, constructive activities. Let friends help when they can. Have confidence in Jehovah God. Keep close in mind the encouraging promise recorded at Psalm 34:19: gMany are the calamities of the righteous one, but out of them all Jehovah delivers him.h Turn to Jehovah for help, and do not let loneliness blight your life.

[Box on page 24]

SOME WAYS TO FIGHT LONELINESS

▪ Keep close to Jehovah

▪ Seek comfort by reading the Bible

▪ Maintain a positive Christian outlook

▪ Keep busy in meaningful activity

▪ Widen your circle of friends

▪ Make it easy for friends to help

▪ Do not isolate yourself, but cultivate outgoing love

▪ Have confidence that Jehovah cares for you

[Box on page 24]

HOW YOU MIGHT HELP THE LONELY

▪ Provide understanding, warmth, and comfort

▪ Fill a need for confidential talk

▪ Persevere in doing the little things that help

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## 2010N0107

### Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

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Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

Jehovah Cares

Even if human friends fail you at times, you can still have Jehovah God as your Friend. Be assured that he does care for you. Keep your confidence in him strong, and continually seek refuge in his protective care. (Psalm 27:10; 91:1, 2; Proverbs 3:5, 6) The Moabitess Ruth did this and was abundantly blessed. Why, she even became an ancestress of Jesus Christ!—Ruth 2:12; 4:17; Matthew 1:5, 16.

Constantly pray to Jehovah. (Psalm 34:4; 62:7, 8) Margaret found prayer to be a source of great strength in coping with loneliness. She shared in the full-time ministry with her husband until he died when still a young man. gI always found it good to pray aloud and tell Jehovah everything, all my fears and worries,h she says. gThat helped me get things in the right perspective when loneliness struck. And seeing Jehovah answer those prayers gave me confidence.h She benefits greatly from following the apostle Peterfs advice: gHumble yourselves, therefore, under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time; while you throw all your anxiety upon him, because he cares for you.h—1 Peter 5:6, 7; Psalm 55:22.

A good relationship with Jehovah will help you to retain something often lost by lonely people—self-esteem. When her husband died of cancer, journalist Jeannette Kupfermann wrote of gfeelings of low self-esteem and worthlessness.h She said: gIt is this sense of worthlessness that leads so many widows to almost suicidal depression.h

Remember that Jehovah values you greatly. He does not think that you are worthless. (John 3:16) God will support you as he supported his people the Israelites in times past. He said to them: gI have not rejected you. Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not gaze about, for I am your God. I will fortify you. I will really help you. I will really keep fast hold of you with my right hand of righteousness.h—Isaiah 41:9, 10.

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### Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

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Let Friends Help

The New York Times Magazine describes lonely children as having been hurt by gthe wounds of friendlessness.h (April 28, 1991) Many lonely people, both young and old, feel friendless. It is a real advantage, therefore, to have the genuine friendship that the caring Christian congregation provides. Work hard to widen your circle of friends within the congregation, and let them help you in whatever ways they can. That is one thing friends are for—to give support in times of trouble.—Proverbs 17:17; 18:24.

Be aware, though, that because of your emotional pain, you may actually make it difficult for friends to help you. How? Writer Jeffrey Young explains: gSome lonely people . . . turn potential friends off, either by monopolizing the discussion or by saying things that are obnoxious or inappropriate. One way or another, chronically lonely people tend to sabotage close relationships.h—U.S.News & World Report, September 17, 1984.

At times, you might make things worse by isolating yourself from other people. Peter, a man in his 50fs, did that. After his wife died, he found himself withdrawing from others, even though deep down he wanted their help. gSome days,h he says, gI just could not face the company of others, and in time I found myself going out of the reach of people.h This can be dangerous. While periods of solitude are beneficial, isolation is damaging. (Proverbs 18:1) Peter realized this. He says: gI got over this eventually, faced up to my situation, and, with the help of my friends, was able to reconstruct my life.h

Do not assume, though, that others are under some kind of obligation to help. Try not to become demanding. Happily accept any kindness shown, and express appreciation for it. But also keep in mind this good advice found at Proverbs 25:17: gMake your foot rare at the house of your fellowman, that he may not have his sufficiency of you and certainly hate you.h Frances, who faced deep loneliness when her husband died after 35 years of marriage, feels that such caution is important. gBe reasonable in what you expect,h she says, gand do not demand too much of others. Do not be forever on someonefs doorstep looking for help.h
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## 2010N0106

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## 2010N0105

### Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

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Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

What Can You Do?

If loneliness does strike, must you be simply a helpless victim? Can you do anything to prevent loneliness from destroying you step-by-step or draining away your will to live? Indeed you can. Much helpful advice is available. And much good counsel is given in Godfs inspired Word, the Bible. Such encouragement may be just what you need to fight loneliness.—Matthew 11:28, 29.

You may find it encouraging, for example, to read about Ruth, a young woman who lived in the Middle East some 3,000 years ago. She was a prime candidate for loneliness. When her husband died, she went with her mother-in-law to live in the unfamiliar surroundings of Israel. (Ruth 2:11) Although she was deprived of her family and former friends and was a foreigner in a strange land, there is no indication in the Bible that she let loneliness engulf her. You can read her story in the Bible book of Ruth.

Like Ruth, you need to keep a positive outlook. The way you think about matters and events can foster loneliness. Ann, who for four years nursed her father through a debilitating illness, verifies this. When he died she became extremely lonely. gI felt as if I were in a void, totally worthless—as if nobody needed me anymore,h she says. gBut I faced the fact that my life had now changed, and I realized that to combat my loneliness I had to make the best of the circumstances I now had.h Sometimes you cannot change your circumstances, but it is probable that you can change your attitude toward them.

Keeping busy in rewarding activity is not the whole answer to combating loneliness, although it does help. Irene, who was widowed after only six months of marriage, found this was true in her case. gI saw that loneliness struck most when I was least busy,h she says, gso I concentrated on getting involved with others and helping them to cope with their problems.h Helping others brings happiness, and lonely Christians can find plenty to do in the Lordfs work.—Acts 20:35; 1 Corinthians 15:58.

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## 2010N0104

### Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

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Do Not Let Loneliness Blight Your Life

LONELINESS can blight the lives of old and young alike. Says writer Judith Viorst in Redbook magazine: gLoneliness lies like a stone on the heart. . . . Loneliness leaves us empty and despairing. Loneliness makes us feel like a motherless child, like a lamb gone astray, so little and lost in a world so vast and uncaring.h—September 1991.

Separation from friends, unfamiliar surroundings, divorce, bereavement, or breakdown in communication—all kinds of things can make you lonely. Even when surrounded by other people, some are intensely lonely.

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## 2008N0421

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Monday, April 21

The desire of the flesh and the desire of the eyes and the showy display of onefs means of life . . . does not originate with the Father, but originates with the world.—1 John 2:16.

In many lands it is common for friends and relatives to give a gift to those getting married. If you choose to do so, what might you bear in mind? Well, recall the apostle Johnfs comment about gthe showy display of onefs means of life.h He linked such showiness, not with Christians who manifest their faith in actions, but with ethe world that is passing away.f (1 John 2:17) In view of Johnfs inspired observation, wise Christian newlyweds will refrain from publicly announcing the names of gift givers. Announcing the names of the givers could lead to gstirring up competitionh as to which is the better or the more costly gift and might embarrass others who were perhaps unable to afford to give a gift.—Gal. 5:26; 6:10. w06 10/15 2:15, 16

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## 2008N0419

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Saturday, April 19

The morning stars joyfully cried out together, and all the sons of God began shouting in applause.—Job 38:7.

The angel foremost in power and authority—the chief angel—is named Michael the archangel. (Jude 9) He is none other than Jesus Christ. (1 Thess. 4:16) Countless ages ago when Jehovah purposed to be a Creator, the very first of his creations was this angelic Son. (Rev. 3:14) Later, through this firstborn Son, Jehovah created all other spirit creatures, of whom our text for today speaks. (Col. 1:15-17) They came into existence long before humans. gGod is a God, not of disorder, but of peace,h states 1 Corinthians 14:33. Accordingly, Jehovah has his spirit sons organized into three basic categories: (1) seraphs, who serve as attendants at Godfs throne, declare his holiness, and keep his people spiritually clean; (2) cherubs, who uphold Jehovahfs majesty; and (3) other angels who carry out his will.—Ps. 103:20; Isa. 6:1-3; Ezek. 10:3-5; Dan. 7:10. w07 3/15 1:4, 5
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## 2008N0418

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Friday, April 18

If you, although being wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more so will the Father in heaven give holy spirit to those asking him!—Luke 11:13.

Pray for Godfs holy spirit, and allow it to lead you. (Gal. 5:19-25) If you were to persist in sin, God might withdraw his spirit from you. After David sinned in connection with Bath-sheba, he begged God: gDo not throw me away from before your face; and your holy spirit O do not take away from me.h (Ps. 51:11) Because of being an unrepentant sinner, King Saul did lose Godfs spirit. Saul sinned by offering up a burnt sacrifice and by sparing the flock, the herd, and the king of the Amalekites. (1 Sam. 13:1-14; 15:1-35; 16:14-23) gIf we practice sin willfully after having received the accurate knowledge of the truth,h wrote the apostle Paul, gthere is no longer any sacrifice for sins left.h (Heb. 10:26-31) How tragic it would be if you were to carry sin to that point! w06 11/15 1:9, 10

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## 2008N0417

### ނ̂Ăɂĕł䂭ƁCꂪȂ킿łB\n 6B

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Thursday, April 17

This is what love means, that we go on walking according to his commandments.—2 John 6.

Jesus demonstrated perfectly what it means to love God. Love moved him to leave his heavenly home and to dwell on earth as a man. It impelled him to glorify his Father by the things he did and taught. Love moved him to be gobedient as far as death.h (Phil. 2:8) That obedience—an expression of his love—opened the way for faithful ones to have a righteous standing before God. Paul wrote: gThrough the disobedience of the one man [Adam] many were constituted sinners, likewise also through the obedience of the one person [Christ Jesus] many will be constituted righteous.h (Rom. 5:19) Like Jesus, we show our love by being obedient to God. Those who truly love Jehovah long for his guidance. Recognizing that they cannot successfully direct their own steps, they trust in Godfs wisdom and submit to his loving direction.—Jer. 10:23. w06 12/1 1:9, 10

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## 2008N0317

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Monday, March 17

I shall put enmity between you and the woman and between your seed and her seed. He will bruise you in the head and you will bruise him in the heel.—Gen. 3:15.

When Satan led Adam and Eve into rebellion against their Creator, he raised two issues of vital importance. First, he challenged Jehovahfs truthfulness and the rightness of his way of ruling. Second, Satan implied that humans would serve God only out of self-interest. (Gen. 3:1-6; Job 1:9, 10; 2:4, 5) Nevertheless, Jehovah acted quickly to handle the situation. Even while Adam and Eve were still in the garden of Eden, Jehovah foretold how He would resolve the issues. He foretold the coming of a gseedh who, after having his heel bruised, would fatally bruise Satan in the head. As time went by, Jehovah shed increasing light on that prophecy, thus demonstrating the certainty of its eventual fulfillment. w07 1/1 1:1, 2

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Sunday, March 16

Time and unforeseen occurrence befall them all.—Eccl. 9:11.

While most Christians today do not suffer to the extent that faithful Job of old did, tribulations of different kinds do afflict them. Many face persecution or family problems. Economic hardship or ill health can be devastating. Some have sacrificed their lives for their faith. Of course, we must not assume that Satan personally causes each tragedy that we suffer. (Gal. 6:7) Nevertheless, Satan may use the tribulations we suffer to undermine our faith. The apostle Paul mentioned being afflicted by ga thorn in the flesh, an angel of Satan,h that kept gslappingh him. (2 Cor. 12:7) Whether this was a physical problem, such as poor eyesight, or something else, Paul understood that Satan could use the problem and resulting frustration to sap Paul of his joy and integrity. We must keep our spiritual balance and maintain our integrity to God. w06 8/15 1:7, 8

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Saturday, March 15

No matter what it is that we ask according to his will, he hears us.—1 John 5:14.

Various pressures and anxieties arise in the lives of Godfs servants today. Illness and emotional stress are major sources of anxiety for many. Violent conditions around us make life stressful. Economic hardships make it difficult to eke out a living. How comforting it is to know that Jehovah lends an ear to his servants who bring these matters to him! Psalm 102:17 states about Jehovah: gHe will certainly turn to the prayer of those stripped of everything, and not despise their prayer.h Actually, any matter that affects our service to Jehovah or our relationship with him can be a fitting subject for prayer. If you have decisions to make about marriage or employment or about expanding your ministry, feel free to bring these to God, asking for his guidance. Do not hesitate to bring your heartfelt petitions to God in prayer! w06 9/1 2:12, 13

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Friday, March 14

I will come near to you people for the judgment, and I will become a speedy witness against . . . the adulterers.—Mal. 3:5.

The aftereffects of moral uncleanness are painful and can be deadly. They include a troubled conscience, sexually transmitted diseases, and the emotional devastation of the mate of the unfaithful individual. The fundamental reason why marital unfaithfulness is wrong, however, is that Jehovah, the Originator of marriage and the Bestower of sexual capacity, condemns it. Regarding what Jehovah sees, Proverbs 5:21 states: gThe ways of man are in front of the eyes of Jehovah, and he is contemplating all his tracks.h Yes, gall things are naked and openly exposed to the eyes of him with whom we have an accounting.h (Heb. 4:13) The strongest incentive for maintaining marital fidelity, then, is the realization that no matter how minor the physical or social consequences might seem, infidelity damages our relationship with Jehovah. w06 9/15 2:16, 17

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## 2008N0313

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## 2008N0312

### ȂtƂɂčsȂƂłĂCׂĂ̎CGX̖ɂčsȂccȂB\R 3:17B

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## 2008N0311

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### Cu̍^vǂ߂

Cu̍^vǂ߂

û̗ǂ́Ccc؂̂߂ɁCl̏ZޑSnŐדł傤vB\}^C 24:14B

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## 2008N0310

### ^̓A

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## 2007N1215

### LXǵccʂɏL閯CςȋƂɔMSȖCĝ߂ɐ߁ijB\eg 2:14B

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LXǵccʂɏL閯CςȋƂɔMSȖCĝ߂ɐ߁ijB\eg 2:14B

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2007N1214̐

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### ̘b̂ȂƂɂ͌v̂܂ijB\ 15:22B

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2007N1213̐

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## 2007N1214

### ^̈𓾂̂̂͂ȂH

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### ^̈𓾂̂̂͂ȂH

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### ꂽƂC

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