Classical E-text General Public License

                              Classical E-text General Public License
                                Verse text Version 0.1, March 2000

                          Copyright (C) 2000, Jun TAKASHIMA
                          Research Institute for the Languages and
                          Cultures of Asia and Africa
                          Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
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