By Charles S. Prebish
Crucial study device for vinaya reports. Covers either fundamental and secondary resources in Sanskrit, Pali, Tibetan, and chinese language in addition to sleek resources in English, French, German and eastern.
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Bow-wow,' she said suddenly. ' Edith looked around. She could not see a dog, a 'bow-wow', anywhere. 'There isn't any bow-wow,' she said. 'Bow-wow', repeated Ede. ' Ede was pointing at Billy Markey who was holding his birthday present, a toy bear, in his arms. ' 'Yes, that's a teddy-bear, and it belongs to Billy Markey. ' Ede did want it. She escaped from her mother and approached Billy Markey. Ede stood looking at him with a steady stare, and Billy laughed. Edith looked at her watch again, this time impatiently.
I lived almost next door, so I said I'd come back later. When I got outside, I decided to take a shorter route which we used to take in childhood — through the Baker's back garden. It was still snowing. Trying to find the path, I noticed that the Bakers' back door was slightly open. I hardly know why I turned and walked into that kitchen. The Bakers' servants knew me, and there was a sudden silence as I walked in. They began to work quickly, making unnecessary movements and noise. One young girl looked at me in a frightened way, and I guessed that she was waiting to deliver another message.
A Survey of Vinaya Literature (The Dharma Lamp Serie) Vol. I by Charles S. Prebish