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January 11, 2012


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I hate to display my ignorance, but I'm having a hard time finding the part of the Samyutta Nikaya designated as S. iii. 45 in the online versions. In Thanissaro Bikkhu's versions, the numbering skips over 45, going from 42 to 46, with no explanation. How is this reference you cite to be located? Two of the 5 parts of the Samyutta Nikaya have names that start with S - the first and the third. Is iii the third of the 5 volumes, or what? Thanks.

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