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Use "sams" in a sentence
"Acts of religious merit, moreover (such as are prescribed by injunctions), can only be the causes of certain results in so far as they give rise to a body capable of experiencing those results, and thus necessarily produce the so-called samsâra-state (which is opposed to final release, and) which consists in the connexion of the soul with some sort of body, high or low."
""But she's four times removed, and from the Fung-tats, not the Fung-sams which is my branch.""
"We are still paying dearly for sams payback with nafta."