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  1. 1. Deng Xi Zi (Thought Of Deng Xi Zi), by Deng Xi 1Deng Xi Zi (Thought Of Deng Xi Zi), by Deng XiThe Project Gutenberg EBook of Deng Xi Zi (Thought Of Deng Xi Zi), by Deng Xi Copyright lawsare changing all over the world. Be sure to check the copyright laws for your country beforedownloading or redistributing this or any other Project Gutenberg eBook.This header should be the first thing seen when viewing this Project Gutenberg file. Please do notremove it. Do not change or edit the header without written permission.Please read the "legal small print," and other information about the eBook and Project Gutenberg at thebottom of this file. Included is important information about your specific rights and restrictions in howthe file may be used. You can also find out about how to make a donation to Project Gutenberg, andhow to get involved.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla Electronic Texts****eBooks Readable By Both Humans and By Computers, Since 1971*******These eBooks Were Prepared By Thousands of Volunteers!*****Title: Deng Xi Zi (Thought Of Deng Xi Zi)Author: Deng XiRelease Date: January, 2005 [EBook #7215] [Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule] [Thisfile was first posted on March 27, 2003]Edition: 10
  2. 2. Deng Xi Zi (Thought Of Deng Xi Zi), by Deng Xi 2Language: ChineseCharacter set encoding: Big 5*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK DENG XI ZI (THOUGHT OF DENG XIZI) ***This etext was produced by WanTing Gong <>Deng Xi Zi (Thought Of Deng Xi Zi) by Deng XiThe original Chinese:¾HªR¤l¾HªRµL«p½g¤Ñ©ó¤H¡AµL«p¤]¡C§g©ó¥Á¡AµL«p¤]¡C¤÷©ó¤l¡AµL«p¤]¡C¥S©ó§Ì¡AµL«p¤]¡C¦ó¥H¨¥¤§¡H¤Ñ¤£¯à«Ì«k¼F¤§®ð¡A¥þ¤Ô§é¤§¤H¡A¨Ï¬°µ½¤§¥Á¥²¹Ø¡A¦¹©ó¥ÁµL«p¤]¡C¤Z¥Á¦³¬ïãL¬°µsªÌ¡A¦³¶B°°¬Û°gªÌ¡A¦¹¬Ò¥Í©ó¤£¨¬¡A°©ó³h½a¡A¦Ó§g¥²°õªk¸Ý¤§¡A¦¹©ó¥ÁµL«p¤]¡C³óµÏ¦ì¬°¤Ñ¤l¡A¦Ó¤¦¦¶°Ó§¡¬°¥¬¦ç¡A¦¹©ó¤lµL«p¤]¡C©P¤½¸ÝºÞ½²¡A¦¹©ó§ÌµL«p¤]¡C±À¦¹¨¥¤§¡A¦ó«p¤§¦³¡H´`¦W³d¹ê¡A§g¤§¨Æ¤]¡C©^ªk«Å¥O¡A¦Ú¤§Â¾¤]¡C¤U¤£±o¦Û¾Õ¡A¤W¾Þ¨ä¬`¦Ó¤£²zªÌ¡A¥¼¤§¦³¤]¡C§g¦³¤T²Ö¡A¦Ú¦³¥|³d¡C¦ó¿×¤T²Ö¡G±©¿Ë©Ò«H¡A¤@²Ö¡C¥H¦W¨ú¤h¡A¤G²Ö¡Cªñ¬G¿Ë²¨¡A¤T²Ö¡C¦ó¿×¥|³d¡G¨ü−«½à¦ÓµL¥¡A¤@³d¡C©~¤j¦ì¦Ó¤£ªv¡A¤G³d¡C²z©x¦Ó¤£¥−¡A¤T³d¡C±s−x°}¦Ó©b¥¡A¥|³d¡C§gµL¤T²Ö¡A¦ÚµL¥|³d ¡A¥i¥H¦w°ê¡C¶ÕªÌ¡A§g¤§ÁÖ¡C«ÂªÌ¡A§g¤§µ¦¡C¦ÚªÌ¡A§g¤§°¨¡C¥ÁªÌ¡A§g¤§½ü¡C¥@©T«hÁÖ¦w¡A«Â©w«hµ¦«l¡C¦Ú¶¶«h°¨¨}¡A¥Á©M«h½ü§Q¡C¬°°ê¥¢¦¹¡A¥²¦³ÂШ®©b°¨§é½ü±Ñ¸ü¤§±w¡C¦w±o¤£¦M¡I½ü±Ñµ¦§é¡A°¨©bÁÖÂСA«h¸üªÌ¥ç¶É¨o¡]¦¹¤T¥y±q·NªL¸É¡^¡C²§¦P¤§¤£¥i§O¡A¬O«D¤§¤£¥i©w¡A¥Õ¶Â¤§¤£¥i¤À¡A²M¿B¤§¤£¥i²z¡C¤[¨o¡C¸ÛÅ¥¯à»D©óµLÁn¡Aµø¯à¨£©óµL§Î¡A−p¯à³W©ó¥¼¥ü¡A¼{¯à¨¾©ó¥¼µM¡C´µµL¥L¤]¡A¤£¥H¦ÕÅ¥¡A«h³q©óµLÁn¨o¡C¤£¥H¥Øµø¡A«h·Ó©óµL§Î¨o¡C¤£¥H¤ß−p¡A«h¹F©óµL¥ü¨o¡C¤£¥Hª¾¼{¡A«h¦X©ó¥¼µM¨o¡C§gªÌÂçΰμv¡A¸s¤UµL¨p¡A±»¥Ø¶ë¦Õ¡A¸U¥Á®£¾¡C´`¦W³d¹ê¡A¹îªk¥ß«Â¡A¬O©ú¤ý¤]¡C¤Ò©ú©ó§ÎªÌ¤À¡A¤£¹J©ó¨Æ¡C¹î©ó°ÊªÌ¥Î¡A¤£¥¢«h§Q¡C¬G©ú§g¼f¤@¡A¸Uª«¦Û©w¡C¦W¤£¥i¥H¥~°È¡A´¼¤£¥i¥H±q¥L¡A¨D ½Ñ¤v¤§¿×¤]¡Cªv¥@¦ì¤£¥i¶V¡A¾¤£¥i¶Ã¡C¦Ê©x¦³¥q¦U°È¨ä¦D¡C¤W´`¦W¥H·þ¹ê¡A¤U©^±Ð¦Ó¤£¹H¡C©Ò¬üÆ[¨ä©Ò²×¡A©Ò´c−p¨ä©Ò½a¡C³ß¤£¥H½à¡A«ã¤£¥H»@¡C¥i¿×ªv¥@¡C¤Ò−t−«ªÌ±w¶î»·¡A¾Ú¶QªÌ¼~¥ÁÂ÷¡C−t−«¶î»·ªÌ¡A¨−¯h¦ÓµL¥¡C¦b¤WÂ÷¥ÁªÌ¡AÁö³Ò¦Ó¤£ªv¡C¬G´¼ªÌ¶q¶î¦Ó«á−t¡A©ú§gµø¥Á¦Ó¥X¬F¡C
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