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AN.IV.218 Dutiya Vohaarapatha Sutta The following are modes of speech which are ignoble [anariyavohaara]:
1. claiming not to have seen what one has really seen;
2. claiming not to have heard what one has really heard;
3. claiming not to have sensed what one has really sensed, and;
4. claiming not to have known what one has really known.
By contrast, the following are modes of speech which are noble [ariyavohaara]:
1. claiming not to have seen what one has really not seen;
2. claiming not to have heard what one has really not heard;
3. claiming not to have sensed what one has really not sensed, and;
4. claiming not to have known what one has really not known.
35/570 Catukanipaata Unallocated Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.ii.


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