There's also room for more than one player.
Hidetora is to retain the title of Great Lord and Jiro and Saburo are to support Taro.
Given a passage to translate from Spanish, the system looks at each sentence in consecutive five- to eight-word chunks.
Hidetora's servant Tango is also exiled for defending Saburo.
They allocate blame and praise among literary products, determine to some extent their success or failure, articulate national sensitivities, and draw attention to what is not articulated as well as to what is.
They're everywhere -- strolling quietly down the middle of Water Street, grazing at an intersection above the Victorian buildings that ring the harbor, all over the approach to Best to take it slow and look both ways.