From: Andrew C. West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 19 2003 - 05:21:12 EDT
On Sat, 17 May 2003 03:13:34 -0700, "Allen Haaheim" wrote:
> When crocodiles growled by the mouth of the river ùe §u ®ú ¤f ¸ ±ö «B
> And plum-rains fell,
> When wine-shops’ streamers atop the poles were ñ ÀY °s ºX ´« «C R
> Changed to green ramie,
> While surging waves were running ¿½ ÄÌ ®ö ¥Õ ¤ª ®t ¦À
> And clouds were ruffled,
> I sent a powder-yellow oilcloth coat À ¯» ªo m ±H ¦ ¥D
> To my lord and husband.
Opening this text as Big5 produces sensible Chinese, except for the first
characters of line 2 and line 4, which seem to be corrupt (maybe something got
lost or confused in the mail).
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