nprocataphoricsomething else than follows; another reason than the following one:
nadNother (not: someone else's! Reexamine the cases below)
nprohumanonly 他：｛someone else
npro.adNidiom'other': this is an idiomatic usage of tā in medieval texts, marking the object as something not desired by the speaker, something which is contrary to his intention; this usage is very particular and seems to mark something the speaker wants to distance himself/herself from; often put in contrast to the "desired" object; this usage of tā deserves a more detailed analysis
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Program in East Asian Studies, Princeton University.
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