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Here's several lines of context for each line that appears to have an error:

Note that the real issue is often at the end of the last line of real data *before* the problem line; you should check there first.

Line 2932, +/- 5:

    {\sffamily\bfseries cabdeicerni}\markboth{cabdeicerni}{cabdeicerni} $x_1=ce_1=ca_1$ is this morning; $x_1=ce_1=ca_1$ is the morning occuring at the same time as day $x_2=ce_2=d_1$ at location $x_3=ce_3$. \textemdash{} Morning (=\{cerni\}), tomorrow morning (=\{bavlamcerni\}), yesterday morning (=\{prulamcerni\}).
    {\sffamily\bfseries cabdo'i}\markboth{cabdo'i}{cabdo'i} $d_1 = c_1 = x_1$ is the today daytime period of $c_2 = x_2$ at location $n_3 = x_3$. \textemdash{} Usage rules are exactly analogous to those of "{cabycte}". This is the diurnal period which ranges from morning\slash{}sunrise until dusk\slash{}sunset for the calendrical or circadian rhythm (or similar) full day which the speaker, via $x_2$ and "x_3$, considers to be 'today'.
    {\sffamily\bfseries cabjbi}\markboth{cabjbi}{cabjbi} $x_1$ (nu) happens nearby in time from $x_2$ (nu).
    {\sffamily\bfseries cabjeftu}\markboth{cabjeftu}{cabjeftu} $j_1=c_1$ is this week; $j_1=c_1$ is the week occuring at the same time as $c_2$, week standard $j_3$. \textemdash{} Cf. \{prulamjeftu\}, \{bavlamjeftu\}.
    {\sffamily\bfseries cabjvezva}\markboth{cabjvezva}{cabjvezva} $x_1$ overlaps in time and space with $x_2$ \textemdash{} See also \{cabna\}, \{zvati\}, \{mokca\}.
    {\sffamily\bfseries cabma'i}\markboth{cabma'i}{cabma'i} $m_1=c_1$ is the current month by month standard $m_3$, simultaneous with $c_2$ in time. \textemdash{} Cf. \{cabna\}, \{pavmasti\}.

Here's the end of the output from the PDF generation; this can be helpful in spotting errors. You can see the complete output by viewing the source of this page and searching for "with output:".

Underfull \hbox (badness 10000) in paragraph at lines 2905--2906
\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 angles of $\OML/cmm/m/it/10 Y[]\OT1/cmr/m/n/10 (\
OMS/cmsy/m/n/10 n[]\OML/cmm/m/it/10 Omega\OT1/cmr/m/n/10 )\OML/cmm/m/it/10 conj
\OT1/cmr/m/n/10 (\OML/cmm/m/it/10 Y[]\OT1/cmr/m/n/10 (\OMS/cmsy/m/n/10 n[]\OML/
cmm/m/it/10 Omega\OT1/cmr/m/n/10 )) =

LaTeX Warning: Command \textbackslash invalid in math mode on input line 2907.

LaTeX Warning: Command \textbackslash invalid in math mode on input line 2907.

LaTeX Warning: Command \textbackslash invalid in math mode on input line 2907.

Underfull \hbox (badness 10000) in paragraph at lines 2907--2908
[]$\OMS/cmsy/m/n/10 4$ \TU/LinuxBiolinumO(0)/b/n/10 ca’oi[VUhU] \TU/LinuxLibert
ineO(0)/m/n/10 binary operator: com-

Underfull \hbox (badness 10000) in paragraph at lines 2907--2908
\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 plex number from argument and phase,

Underfull \hbox (badness 3701) in paragraph at lines 2915--2916
[]\TU/LinuxBiolinumO(0)/b/n/10 ca’u[FAhA2] \TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 locati
on tense relation/direction;

LaTeX Warning: Command \textgreater invalid in math mode on input line 2917.

Underfull \hbox (badness 1048) in paragraph at lines 2919--2920
\TU/LinuxLibertineO(0)/m/n/10 — Elidable terminator; seldom actually elidable i
! Missing $ inserted.
Output written on MA6AaLouc4.pdf (48 pages).
Transcript written on MA6AaLouc4.log.
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