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Lojban sentence search

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ma jufra gi'e se vanbi le vi cukta
Where is the phrase in this book?
lo cukta cu cmalu lo ka jai vajni
The book is of little importance.
ko catlu lo vi papri be le cukta
Look at this page of the book.
le nakni pu cusku lo zabna pinka be le cukta
He made a nice comment about the book.
ti cukta lo prosa be lo za'u kulnu
This book contains prose about cultures.
lo se cukta be ti cu vlaste lo lojbo
This book is a Lojban dictionary.
gismu rafsi: fik fi'a x1 is a work of fiction about plot/theme/subject x2/under convention x2 by author x3. Also story, lie, untrue. See also cukta, lisri, prosa, fatci, jitfa, jetnu, xanri.
lujvo cu1=ci1 expresses in writing cu2=ci2 for audience cu3 using display/storage medium ci3 with writing implement ci4. Cf. ci'arfi'i, cukta, karni, notci.
gismu x1 is a drama/play about x2 [plot/theme/subject] by dramatist x3 for audience x4 with actors x5. x2 may also be a convention. See also finti, cukta, lisri, cfika.
lujvo x1 is a factbook, containing work x2 by author x3 for audience x4 preserved in medium x5 Use of this word does not assert anything about the veracity/factuality of the work (one may have a "factbook" about a fictional country, for example). See fatci, cukta, ensiklopedi
gismu rafsi: pri x1 is a print/impression/image on/in surface x2 of/made by/using tool/press/implement/object x3. See also cukta, papri, pelji, pixra, ciska, danre, barna.
fu'ivla x1 (entity) is a document with content x2 (entity) material substance (including electronic ones) on which thoughts of persons are represented by any species of conventional mark or symbol. See also te tcidu, cukta, uenzi, papri, fa'o.
mo lo cukta poi mi punji ke'a ti ca lo prulamdei
What happened to the book I put here yesterday?
lo cukta poi srana lo nu dansu cu cpana lo jubme
There is a book about dancing on the desk.
lo glico ctuca be mi ba'o stidi lo nu mi tcidu loi vi cukta
My English teacher has advised me to read these books.
la janlik. cu dunda lo cukta be fi la ceikspir. la bevrlis.
Jean-Luc gives Beverly the book by Shakespeare.