Wikipǣdia:Brōðra rǣdscēawung

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Ƿicipǣdian brōðra rǣdscēaƿung fremmend ȝeƿritu cūðaþ, sƿā þæt brādera clīeƿenes ādihtendas magon him betera scēaƿian, and is for fulgōd ȝeƿritu þe fela ƿeorc hæfdon, oft sƿā ȝescēad tō ȝearƿienne Fulgōdra Ȝeƿrita teohhunge. Hēo nis andƿīsra brōðra rǣdscēaƿung bȳ ƿitum in rihtum ymbehƿæte, and ȝeƿritu þe þisne fremmend þurhtīeþ, ne sculon cūþ bēon, tō bēonne mā ƿǣr þonne ǣniȝ ōðer.

Man byldeþ teohhendas tō brūcenne þā brōðra rǣdscēaƿunge frēoƿillamanna sīde, þe brūcendas hæfþ, hƿǣm man mæȝ ƿrītan on hiera brūcendsīdum for rǣdscēaƿung dǣlnimende. Man mæȝ Fremmende Ƿiciƿeorc rǣdan, oþþe þæt ȝeƿritstǣr ȝesibbodra ȝeƿrita, tō findenne ādihtendas tō helpenne rǣdscēaƿian.

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