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    Section - The Custom Library Messages table

    table of custom library messages [(continued)]
    library-action (action-name)   library-message-id (number)  library-message-text (text)  
    [Section 2.3 - Prompts and Input]  
    --  10  "I beg your pardon?"  
    Quitting the game action  2  "Are you sure you want to quit? "  
    Quitting the game action  1  "Please answer yes or no."  
    --  8  "Please give one of the answers above."  
    [--  52  "[line break]Type a number from 1 to [library message amount], 0 to redisplay or press ENTER."  
    --  53  "[line break][bracket]Please press SPACE.[close bracket]"  
    --  54  "[bracket]Comment recorded.[close bracket]"  
    --  55  "[bracket]Comment NOT recorded.[close bracket]"]  
    [Section 2.4 - Undo]  
    --  13  "[bracket]Previous turn undone.[close bracket]"  
    --  7  "[#if Z-machine]'Undo' failed. [bracket]Not all interpreters provide it.[close bracket][#otherwise][bracket]You cannot 'undo' any further.[close bracket][#end if]"  
    --  6  "[bracket]Your interpreter does not provide 'undo'. Sorry![close bracket]"  
    --  11  "[bracket]You can't 'undo' what hasn't been done.[close bracket]"  
    [--  12  "[bracket]Can't 'undo' twice in succession. Sorry.[close bracket]"]  
    --  70  "The use of UNDO is forbidden in this game."  
    [Section 2.5 - Oops]  
    --  14  "Sorry, that can't be corrected."  
    --  16  "'Oops' can only correct a single word."  
    --  15  "Think nothing of it."  
    [Section 2.6 - Again]  
    --  21  "[We] [can] hardly repeat that."  
    --  20  "To repeat a command like 'frog, jump', just say 'again', not 'frog, again'."  
    [Section 2.7 - Syntax Errors]  
    --  27  "I didn't understand that sentence."  
    --  28  "I only understood you as far as wanting to [ignore library line break]"  
    --  41  "I didn't understand the way that finished."  
    --  31  "You seem to have said too little."  
    --  51  "(Since something dramatic has happened, your list of commands has been cut short.)"  
    --  29  "I didn't understand that number."  
    --  22  "You can't begin with a comma."  
    --  25  "To talk to someone, try 'someone, hello' or some such."  
    [Section 2.8 - Illegal Commands]  
    --  30  "[We] [can't] see any such thing."  
    --  32  "[We] [are+][n't] holding that."   
    --  38  "That's not a verb I recogni[#if American dialect]z[#otherwise]s[#end if]e."  
    --  37  "[We] [can] only do that to something animate."  
    --  59  "You must supply a noun."  
    --  60  "You may not supply a noun."  
    --  61  "You must name an object."  
    --  62  "You may not name an object."  
    --  63  "You must name a second object."  
    --  64  "You may not name a second object."  
    --  65  "You must supply a second noun."  
    --  66  "You may not supply a second noun."  
    --  67  "You must name something more substantial."  
    [Section 2.9 - Multiple Objects]  
    --  33  "You can't use multiple objects with that verb."  
    --  34  "You can only use multiple objects once on a line."  
    --  42  "[=> any third person plural][if library message amount is 0]None[otherwise]Only [library message amount in words] of those[end if][if library message amount is one][=> any third person singular][end if] [are+] available."  
    --  44  "There are none at all available."  
    --  43  "Nothing to do."  
    --  1  "(considering the first sixteen objects only)[ignore library line break]"  
    --  36  "You excepted something not included anyway."  
    [Section 2.10 - Implicit Actions]  
    --  69  "(first taking [the library message object])" [doesn't need to ignore library line break]  
    --  68  "([The person asked] first taking [the library message object])" [doesn't need to ignore library line break]  
    Entering action  6  "(getting [if the library message object is a supporter]off[otherwise]out of[end if] [the library message object])[ignore library line break]"  
    Entering action  7  "[if the library message object is a supporter](getting onto [the library message object])[otherwise if the library message object is a container](getting into [the library message object])[otherwise](entering [the library message object])[end if][ignore library line break]"  
    --  26  "(first taking [the noun])[ignore library line break]" [needs the ignore]  
    Dropping action  3  "(first taking [the library message object] off)[ignore library line break]"  
    Inserting it into action  6  "(first taking [it-them of the library message object] off)[ignore library line break]"  
    Putting it on action   5  "(first taking [it-them of the library message object] off)[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  27  "(first getting off [the library message object])[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  28  "(first opening [the library message object])[ignore library line break]"  
    [Section 2.11 - Carrying Capacity]  
    Taking action  12  "[We]['s-'re] carrying too many things already."   
    Taking action  13  "(putting [the library message object] into [the current player's holdall] to make room)[ignore library line break]"  
    Inserting it into action  7  "There is no more room in [the second noun]."  
    Dropping action  6  "There is no more room in [the library message object]."  
    Dropping action  5  "There is no more room on [the library message object]."  
    Putting it on action  6  "There is no more room on [the second noun]."  
    Taking action  15  "[We] [can't] carry [the library message object]."   
    [Section 2.12 - Disambiguation]  
    --  45  "Who [=> nothing][do+] [we] mean, [ignore library line break]"  
    --  46  "Which [=> nothing][do+] [we] mean, [ignore library line break]"  
    --  48  "Whom [=> nothing][do+] [we] want [if the person asked is not the player][the person asked] [end if]to [library message verb]?"   
    --  49  "What [=> nothing][do+] [we] want [if the person asked is not the player][the person asked] [end if]to [library message verb]?"  
    --  47  "Sorry, you can only have one item here. Which exactly?"  
    [Section 2.13 - Pronouns]  
    --  35  "I'm not sure what '[library message pronoun]' refers to."  
    --  40  "[We] [can't] see '[library message pronoun]' ([the pronoun reference object]) at the [moment]."  
    requesting the pronoun meanings action  1  "At the moment, "  
    requesting the pronoun meanings action  2  "means "  
    requesting the pronoun meanings action  3  "is unset"  
    requesting the pronoun meanings action  4  "no pronouns are known to the game."  
    [requesting the pronoun meanings action  5  "."]  
    [Section 2.14 - Commanding People]  
    --  72  "[The person asked] [have*] better things to do."  
    --  23  "[We] [aux]seem[-s] to want to talk to someone, but I [can't] see whom."  
    --  24  "[We] [can't] talk to [the library message object]."   
    --  58  "[The person asked] [are*] unable to do that."  
    [Section 2.15 - File Operations]  
    Restarting the game action  1  "Are you sure you want to restart? "  
    Restarting the game action  2  "Failed."  
    Restoring the game action  1  "Restore failed."  
    Restoring the game action  2  "Ok."  
    Saving the game action  1  "Save failed."  
    Saving the game action  2  "Ok."  
    Verifying the story file action  1  "The game file has verified as intact."  
    Verifying the story file action  2  "The game file did not verify as intact and may be corrupt."  
    [Section 2.16 - Transcripts]  
    switching the story transcript on action  1  "Already saving the transcript."  
    switching the story transcript off action  1  "A transcript was not being recorded."  
    switching the story transcript on action  2  "Starting a transcript of"  
    switching the story transcript off action  2  "[line break]End of transcript."  
    switching the story transcript on action  3  "Attempt to begin a transcript failed."  
    switching the story transcript off action  3  "Attempt to end the transcript failed."  
    [Section 2.17 - Scoring]  
    requesting the score action  1  "[if the story has ended]In that game [we][otherwise][We] have so far[end if] scored [score] out of a possible [the maximum score], in [turn count] turn[s][ignore library line break]"  
    --  50  "Your score has just gone [if library message amount > 0]up by [library message amount][otherwise]down by [0 - library message amount][end if] point[s]"  
    switching score notification on action  1  "Score notification on."  
    switching score notification off action  1  "Score notification off."  
    requesting the score action  2  "There is no score in this story."  
    requesting the score action  3  ", earning you the rank of "  
    [Section 2.18 - Inventory]  
    Taking inventory action  5  "[The person asked] [aux]look[-s] for something that might help." [through [its-their of the person asked] possessions." ]  
    Taking inventory action  1  "[We] [are+] carrying nothing."   
    Taking inventory action  2  "[We] [are+] carrying[ignore library line break]"   
    [Taking inventory action  3  ":[line break]" [unused]]  
    [Taking inventory action  4  "." [unused]]  
    --  101  " (providing light)" [ We can use [library message object] in these. ]  
    --  102   " (closed)"  
    --  104   " (empty)"  
    --  106   " (closed and empty)"  
    --  103   " (closed and providing light)"  
    --  105   " (empty and providing light)"  
    --  107   " (closed, empty and providing light)"  
    --  108   " (providing light and being worn"   
    --  109   " (providing light"  
    --  110   " (being worn"  
    --  111  " ("  
    --  112   "open"  
    --  113   "open but empty"  
    --  114   "closed"  
    --  115   "closed and locked"  
    --  116   " and empty"  
    --  117   " (empty)"  
    --  118   " containing "  
    --  119   " (on "  
    --  120   ", on top of "  
    --  121  " (in "  
    --  122   ", inside "  
    [Section 2.19 - Darkness]  
    --  9  "[if the story tense is in any past tense]It suddenly became pitch dark.[otherwise]It is now pitch dark in here.[end if]"  
    --  17  "It [if the story tense is in any past tense]was[else]is[end if] pitch dark, and [we] [can't] see a thing."  
    [Examining action  1  "Darkness, noun. An absence of light to see by."]  
    [Looking under action  1  "But it[if the story tense is in any past tense] was[else]'s[end if] dark."  
    Searching action   1  "But it[if the story tense is in any past tense] was[else]'s[end if] dark."]  
    --  71  "Darkness" [DARKNESS__TX]  
    [Section 2.20 - Take]  
    Taking action  1  "Taken."  
    Taking action  16  "[The person asked] [aux]pick[-s] up [the noun]."  
    Taking action  2  "[We] [are*] always self-possessed."  
    Taking action  3  "[We] [=>don't][aux]suppos[e-s] [the noun] [=>would][if the story tense is in any past tense][=>perfect][end if][aux]car[e-s] for that."  
    Taking action  4  "[We][']d have to get [if noun is a supporter]off[otherwise]out of[end if] [the noun] first."  
    Taking action  5  "[We] already [have*] [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    Taking action  6  "[That-Those of the noun] [aux]seem[-s] to belong to [the library message object]."   
    Taking action  7  "[That-Those of the noun] [aux]seem[-s] to be a part of [the library message object]."  
    Taking action  8  "[That-Those of the library message object] [aren't*] available."  
    Taking action  9  "[The library message object] [aren't*] open."  
    Taking action  10  "[That's-They're of the library message object] hardly portable."  
    Taking action  11  "[That's-They're of the library message object] fixed in place."  
    Taking action  14  "[We] [can't] reach into [the library message object]."   
    [Section 2.21 - Remove]  
    [Removing it from action  3  "Removed."]  
    [LibMsg <report npc removing>  "[The actor] remov[e-s] [the % dobj] from [the second noun]."]  
    [Removing it from action  1  "[It-they of noun] [are*] unfortunately closed."]  
    Removing it from action  2  "But [it-they of noun] [aren't*] there [if the story tense is in any past tense]any longer[else]now[end if]."  
    [Section 2.22 - Drop]  
    Dropping action  4  "Dropped."  
    Dropping action  7  "[The person asked] [put*] down [the noun]."  
    Dropping action  1  "[The noun] [are*] already [if the story tense is in any past tense]t[end if]here."  
    Dropping action  2  "[We] [=>don't][have*] [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    [Section 2.23 - Insert]  
    Inserting it into action  8  "Done."  
    Inserting it into action  9  "[We] [put*] [the noun] into [the second noun]."  
    Inserting it into action  10  "[The person asked] [put*] [the noun] into [the second noun]."  
    [Inserting it into action  1  "[We] [aux]need[-s] to be holding [the noun] before [we] [can] put [it-them of the noun] into something else."]  
    Inserting it into action  2  "[That-Those of the second noun] [can't] contain things."  
    Inserting it into action  3  "[The second noun] [are*] closed."  
    [Inserting it into action  4  "[We][']ll need to take [it-them of noun] off first."]  
    Inserting it into action  5  "[We] [can't] put something inside itself."  
    [Section 2.24 - Put On]  
    Putting it on action  7  "Done."  
    Putting it on action  8  "[We] [put*] [the noun] on [the second noun]."  
    Putting it on action  9  "[The person asked] [put*] [the noun] on [the second noun]."  
    Putting it on action  1  "[We] [aux]need[-s] to be holding [the noun] before [we] [can] put [it-them of the noun] on top of something else."  
    Putting it on action  2  "[We] [can't] put something on top of itself."  
    Putting it on action  3  "Putting things on [the second noun] [=>would][if the story tense is in any past tense][=>perfect][end if][aux]achiev[e-s] nothing."  
    Putting it on action  4  "[We] [aux]lack[-s] the dexterity."  
    [Section 2.25 - Give]  
    Giving it to action  5  "[We] [give*] [the noun] to [the second noun]."  
    Giving it to action  1  "[We] [aren't+] holding [the noun]."  
    Giving it to action  6  "[The person asked] [give*] [the noun] to you."  
    Giving it to action  7  "[The person asked] [give*] [the noun] to [the second noun]."  
    Giving it to action  2  "[We] [aux]juggl[e-s] [the noun] for a while, but [=>we][do+]n't achieve much."  
    Giving it to action  3  "[The second noun] [=>doesn't][aux]seem[-s] interested."  
    Giving it to action  4  "[The second noun] [aren't*] able to receive things."  
    [Section 2.26 - Show]  
    Showing it to action  1  "[We] [aren't+] holding [the noun]."  
    Showing it to action  2  "[The second noun] [are*] unimpressed."  
    [Section 2.27 - Enter]  
    Entering action  5  "[We] [get*] [if noun is a supporter]onto[otherwise]into[end if] [the noun]."  
    Entering action  8  "[The person asked] [get*] into [the noun]."  
    Entering action  9  "[The person asked] [get*] onto [the noun]."  
    Entering action  1  "But [we]['s-'re] already [if noun is a supporter]on[otherwise]in[end if] [the noun]."  
    Entering action  2  "[That's-They're of the noun] not something [we] [can] [quoted verb posture]."  
    Entering action  3  "[We] [can't] get into the closed [noun]."  
    Entering action  4  "[We] [can] only get into something free-standing."  
    [Section 2.28 - Exit, Get Off]  
    Exiting action  3  "[We] [get*] [if library message object is a supporter]off[otherwise]out of[end if] [the library message object]."  
    Exiting action  5  "[The person asked] [get*] off [the library message object]."  
    Exiting action  6  "[The person asked] [get*] out of [the library message object]."  
    Exiting action  1  "But [we] [aren't*] in anything at the [moment]."  
    Exiting action  2  "[We] [can't] get out of the closed [library message object]."  
    Getting off action  1  "But [we] [aren't*] on [the library message object] at the [moment]."  
    [Exiting action  4  "But [we] [aren't*] [if library message object is a supporter]on[otherwise]in[end if] [the library message object]."]  
    [Section 2.29 - Go]  
    Going action  2  "[We] [can't] go that way."   
    Going action  1  "[We] [=>would][have*] to get [if library message object is a supporter]off[otherwise]out of[end if] [the library message object] first."  
    Going action  6  "[We] [can't], since [the library message object] [aux]lead[-s] nowhere."  
    Going action  7  "Go in which compass direction?"  
    Going action  8  "[The person asked] [go*] up[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  9  "[The person asked] [go*] down[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  10  "[The person asked] [go*] [noun][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  11  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] from above[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  12  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] from below[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  13  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] from the [library message object][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  14  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  15  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] at [the library message object] from above[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  16  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] at [the library message object] from below[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  17  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] at [the library message object] from the [second library message object][ignore library line break]"   
    Going action  18  "[The person asked] [go*] through [the library message object][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  19  "[The person asked] [aux]arriv[e-s] from [the library message object][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  20  "on [the library message object][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  21  "in [the library message object][ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  22  ", pushing [the library message object] in front, and [us] along too[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  23  ", pushing [the library message object] in front[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  24  ", pushing [the library message object] away[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  25  ", pushing [the library message object] in[ignore library line break]"  
    Going action  26  ", taking [us] along[ignore library line break]"  
    [Section 2.30 - Brief, Super Brief, Verbose]  
    preferring unabbreviated room descriptions action   1  " is now in its 'verbose' mode, which always gives [us] long descriptions of locations (even if [we] have been there before)."  
    preferring abbreviated room descriptions action  1  " is now in its 'super brief' mode, which always gives [us] short descriptions of locations (even if [we] haven't been there before)."  
    preferring sometimes abbreviated room descriptions action  1  " is now in its normal 'brief' printing mode, which gives [us] long descriptions of places never before visited and short descriptions otherwise."  
    [Section 2.31 - Look]  
    Looking action  9  "[The person asked] [aux]look[-s] around."  
    [Looking action  1  " (on [the library message object])[ignore library line break]"  
    Looking action  2  " (in [the library message object])[ignore library line break]"  
    Looking action  3  " (as [library message object])[ignore library line break]"]  
    Looking action  8  "[if the library message object is a supporter] (on [otherwise] (in [end if][the library message object])[ignore library line break]"  
    Looking action  5  "[if the library message object is the location][We] [otherwise if the library message object is a room]In [the library message object] [we] [otherwise if the library message object is a supporter]On [the library message object] [we] [otherwise if the library message object is an animal]On [the library message object] [we] [otherwise]In [the library message object] [we] [end if][can] [if the locale paragraph count is at least one]also [end if]see [ignore library line break]" [messages 5 and 6 are now used again, from this extension's I-could-also-see rule, which replaces the standard you-can-also-see rule ]  
    Looking action  6  "[if the library message object is not the location].[otherwise if the story tense is in any past tense] there.[otherwise] here.[end if][ignore library line break][paragraph break]"  
    Looking action  4  "On [the library message object] [list the contents of library message object with as a sentence list option + tersely list option + not listing concealed items list option + is-are list option + including contents list option + giving brief inventory information list option]." [ "+ listing marked items only list option" was removed for 6G60 ]  
    [Looking action  7  "[We] [see*] nothing unexpected in that direction."]  
    [Section 2.32 - Examine]  
    Examining action  4  "[The person asked] [aux]look[-s] closely at [the noun]."  
    Examining action  2  "[We] [see*] nothing special about [the noun]."  
    Examining action  5  "[We] [see*] nothing unexpected in that direction."  
    Examining action  3  "[The noun] [are+][if the story tense is in any present tense] currently[end if] switched [if noun is switched on]on[otherwise]off[end if]."   
    [Section 2.33 - Search]  
    Searching action   8  "[The person asked] [aux]search[-es] [the noun]."  
    Searching action   4  "[We] [find*] nothing of interest."  
    Searching action   5  "[We] [can't] see inside, since [the noun] [are+] closed."  
    Searching action   6  "[The noun] [are*] empty."  
    Searching action   2  "There [=> any third person singular][are*] nothing on [the noun]."  
    Searching action   3  "On [the noun] [list the contents of noun with as a sentence list option + tersely list option + not listing concealed items list option + is-are list option]."  
    Searching action   7  "In [the noun] [list the contents of noun with as a sentence list option + tersely list option + not listing concealed items list option + is-are list option]."  
    [Section 2.34 - Look Under]  
    Looking under action  3  "[The person asked] [aux]look[-s] under [the noun]."  
    Looking under action  2  "[We] [find*] nothing of interest."  
    [Section 2.35 - Open]  
    Opening action  5  "[We] [aux]open[-s] [the noun]."  
    Opening action  6  "[The person asked] [aux]open[-s] [the noun]."  
    Opening action  7  "[The noun] [aux]open[-s]."  
    Opening action  1  "[That's-They're of the noun] not something [we] [can] open."  
    Opening action  2  "[It-They of the noun] [aux]seem[-s] to be locked."  
    Opening action  3  "[That's-They're of the noun] already open."  
    Opening action  4  "[We] [aux]open[-s] [the noun], revealing [if the number of not undescribed not scenery things in the noun is zero]nothing[otherwise][list the contents of noun with the as a sentence list option + the tersely list option + the not listing concealed items list option][end if]."   
    [Section 2.36 - Close]  
    Closing action  3  "[We] [aux]clos[e-s] [the noun]."  
    Closing action  4  "[The person asked] [aux]clos[e-s] [the noun]."  
    Closing action  5  "[The noun] [aux]clos[e-s]."  
    Closing action  1  "[That's-They're of the noun] not something [we] [can] close."  
    Closing action  2  "[That's-They're of the noun] already closed."  
    [Section 2.37 - Lock]  
    Locking it with action  5  "[We] [aux]lock[-s] [the noun]."  
    Locking it with action  6  "[The person asked] [aux]lock[-s] [the noun]."  
    Locking it with action  1  "[That-Those of the noun] [=>don't][aux]seem[-s] to be something [we] [can] lock."  
    Locking it with action  2  "[That's-They're of the noun] locked at the [moment]."  
    Locking it with action  3  "First [we] [=>would][have*] to close [the noun]."  
    Locking it with action  4  "[That-Those of the second noun] [=>don't][aux]seem[-s] to fit the lock."  
    [Section 2.38 - Unlock]  
    Unlocking it with action  4  "[We] [aux]unlock[-s] [the noun]."  
    Unlocking it with action  5  "[The person asked] [aux]unlock[-s] [the noun]."  
    Unlocking it with action  1  "[That-Those of the noun] [=>don't][aux]seem[-s] to be something [we] [can] unlock."  
    Unlocking it with action  2  "[That's-They're of the noun] unlocked at the [moment]."  
    Unlocking it with action  3  "[That-Those of the second noun] [=>don't][aux]seem[-s] to fit the lock."  
    [Section 2.39 - Switch On, Off]  
    Switching on action  3  "[We] [aux]switch[-es] [the noun] on."  
    Switching on action  4  "[The person asked] [aux]switch[-es] [the noun] on."  
    Switching on action  1  "[That's-They're of the noun] not something [we] [can] switch."  
    Switching on action  2  "[We] [aux]ensur[e-s] it [=> any third person singular][are+] on."  
    Switching off action  3  "[We] [aux]switch[-es] [the noun] off."  
    Switching off action  4  "[The person asked] [aux]switch[-es] [the noun] off."  
    Switching off action  1  "[That's-They're of the noun] not something [we] [can] switch."  
    Switching off action  2  "[We] [aux]ensur[e-s] it [=> any third person singular][are+] off."  
    [Section 2.41 - Wear]  
    Wearing action  4  "[We] [put*] on [the noun]."  
    Wearing action  5  "[The person asked] [put*] on [the noun]."  
    Wearing action  1  "[We] [can't] wear [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    Wearing action  2  "[We] [aren't+] holding [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    Wearing action  3  "[We] [are+] already wearing [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    [Section 2.42 - Take Off]  
    Taking off action   2  "[We] [take*] off [the noun]."  
    Taking off action   3  "[The person asked] [take*] off [the noun]."  
    Taking off action   1  "[We] [aren't+] wearing [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    [Section 2.43 - Eating And Drinking, Senses]  
    Eating action  2  "[We] [eat*] [the noun]. Not bad."  
    Eating action  3  "[The person asked] [eat*] [the noun]."  
    Eating action  1  "[We] [aren't*] that hungry."   
    Drinking action  1  "[We] [aren't*] that thirsty."  
    Tasting action  1  "[We] [aux]tast[e-s] nothing unexpected."  
    Smelling action  1  "[We] [aux]smell[-s] nothing unexpected."  
    Listening to action  1  "[We] [hear*] nothing unexpected."  
    [Section 2.44 - Touching]  
    Touching action  2  "[We] [feel*] nothing unexpected."  
    Touching action  6  "[The person asked] [aux]touch[-es] [the noun]."  
    Touching action  3  "[if the story viewpoint is second person]If you think that'll help[else][We] [aux]touch[-es] [ourselves][end if]."  
    Touching action  4  "[The person asked] [aux]touch[-es] [it-them of noun]self."  
    Touching action  1  "[We] [keep*] [our] hands to [ourselves]."  
    Touching action  5  "[The person asked] [aux]touch[-es] [us]."  
    [Section 2.45 - Rhetorical Commands]  
    Saying Yes action   1  "That was a rhetorical question."  
    Saying No action   1  "That was a rhetorical question."  
    Saying sorry action  1  "Oh, don't apologi[#if American dialect]z[#otherwise]s[#end if]e."  
    Swearing obscenely action  1  "Real adventurers do not use such language."  
    Swearing mildly action  1  "Quite."  
    [Section 2.46 - Body Movement]  
    Climbing action  1  "[We] [=>don't][think*] much would be achieved by that."  
    Jumping action  1  "[We] [aux]jump[-s] on the spot, fruitlessly."  
    Swinging action  1  "There [=> any third person singular][are*] nothing sensible to swing [here-there]."  
    Waving Hands action   1  "[We] [aux]wav[e-s], feeling foolish."  
    [Section 2.47 - Physical Interaction]  
    Attacking action   1  "Violence [=> any third person singular][aren't*] the answer to this one."  
    Burning action  1  "This dangerous act [=>would][aux]achiev[e-s] little."  
    Cutting action  1  "Cutting [that-those-us of the noun] up [=>would][aux]achiev[e-s] little."  
    Rubbing action  1  "[We] [aux]achiev[e-s] nothing by this."  
    Setting it To action  1  "[We] [can't] set [that-those-us of the noun] to anything."  
    Tying it to action   1  "[We] [=>would][aux]achiev[e-s] nothing by this."  
    Waving action  2  "[We] [aux]wav[e-s] [the noun] around, but to no effect."  
    Waving action  3  "[The person asked] [aux]wav[e-s] [the noun], to [our] amusement."  
    Waving action  1  "But [we] [are+][n't] holding [that-those-us of the noun]."  
    Squeezing action   1  "[We] [keep*] [our] hands to [ourselves]."  
    Squeezing action   2  "[We] [aux]achiev[e-s] nothing by this."  
    Squeezing action   3  "[The person asked] [aux]squeez[e-s] [the noun]."  
    throwing it at action  2  "[We] [aux]lack[-s] the nerve when it [if story tense is in any past tense]came[else]comes[end if] to the crucial moment."  
    throwing it at action  1  "Futile."  
    [Section 2.48 - Push, Pull, Turn]  
    Pushing action  6  "[The person asked] [aux]push[-es] [the noun]."  
    Pulling action  5  "[The person asked] [aux]pull[-s] [the noun]."  
    Turning action  7  "[The person asked] [aux]turn[-s] [the noun]."  
    Pushing action  3  "Nothing obvious [=> any third person singular][aux]happen[-s]."  
    Pulling action  3  "Nothing obvious [=> any third person singular][aux]happen[-s]."  
    Turning action  3  "Nothing obvious [=> any third person singular][aux]happen[-s]."  
    Pushing it to action  1  "[The noun] [can] not be pushed from place to place."  
    Pushing it to action  2  "[We] [have*] to decide in what direction to push [the noun]."  
    Pushing it to action  3  "[We] [=>could]not [aux]push[-es] it [second noun][if story tense is in any past tense], though [we] tried[end if]."  
    Pushing action  1  "[It-They of the noun] [are*] fixed in place."  
    Pulling action  1  "[It-They of the noun] [are*] fixed in place."  
    Turning action  1  "[It-They of the noun] [are*] fixed in place."  
    Pushing action  2  "[We] [are*] unable to."  
    Pulling action  2  "[We] [are*] unable to."  
    Turning action  2  "[We] [are*] unable to."  
    Pushing action  4  "That would [if story tense is in any past tense]have been[else]be[end if] less than courteous."  
    Pulling action  4  "That would [if story tense is in any past tense]have been[else]be[end if] less than courteous."  
    Turning action  4  "That would [if story tense is in any past tense]have been[else]be[end if] less than courteous."  
    [Section 2.49 - Speech / Interpersonal Actions]  
    Answering it that action  1  "There [=> any third person singular][are*] no reply."  
    Asking it about action   1  "There [=> any third person singular][are*] no reply."  
    [Asking it for action  1  "There [=> any third person singular][are*] no reply."]  
    Buying action  1  "[The noun] [aren't*] up to [our] usual standards."  
    Kissing action  1  "Some things [=> any third person plural][are*] best approached slowly."  
    Singing action  1  "[We] [aux]start[-s] singing to [ourselves], though not loud enough to disturb."  
    Telling it about action  2  "This [=> any third person singular][aux]provok[e-s] no reaction."  
    Telling it about action  1  "[We] [aux]talk[-s] to [ourselves] a while."  
    [Section 2.50 - Mental Actions]  
    Thinking action  1  "I'll wait here."  
    Consulting it about action  1  "[We] [=>don't][aux]discover[-s] anything of interest in [the noun]."  
    Consulting it about action  2  "[The person asked] [aux]look[-s] at [the noun]."  
    [Section 2.51 - Sleep And Waiting]  
    Sleeping action  1  "[We] [are+][n't] feeling especially drowsy."  
    Waking up action   1  "[We] [aux]pinch[-es] [ourselves], but it wasn't worth it."  
    Waking action  1  "That [=> any third person singular][aux]seem[-s] unnecessary."  
    Waiting action  1  "Time [=> any third person singular][aux]pass[-es]."  
    Waiting action  2  "[The person asked] [aux]wait[-s]."  
    [miscellaneous messages not in the original CLM, possibly by design]  
    --  2  "Nothing to do."  
    [--  18  "[ourselves]" YOURSELF__TX, but removed from the Printing the Name Activity above]  
    [--  19  "As good-looking as ever."]  
    --  39  "That's not something you need to refer to in the course of this game."  
    --  56  "."  
    --  57  "?"  
    --  73  "That noun did not make sense in this context."  
    --  74  "[bracket]That command asks to do something outside of play, so it can only make sense from you to me. [The person asked] cannot be asked to do this.[close bracket]"  
    [end of game]  
    --  3  " [We] [have+] died [ignore library line break]"  
    --  4  " [We] [have+] won [ignore library line break]"  
    --  75  " The End [ignore library line break]"  
    --  5  "Would you like to [ignore library line break]" [bug reported, #0000203]  
    [--  76  " or " [bug reported, #0000203]]  



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