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" ... the water which I am drinking ? The poor Lamb, all trembling, replies, How, I beseech you, can that possibly be the case, since the current sets from you to me ? Disconcerted by the force of truth, he changes the accusation. Six months ago, says he,... "
A Grammar of the Dutch Language - Page 185
by Baldwin Janson - 1792 - 231 pages
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Krtʻakan angghiakan lezui, Volume 2

Hahobos Isavertentsʻ - English language - 1881 - 228 pages
...accusation : « Six months ago, » said he, « you spoke ill of me. » — « Impossible, » answered the lamb, « for I was not then born. » — « No matter, it was your father, then, or some one of your family ; » and he immediately tore the innocent animal to pieces. fi'uniuuutu K A...
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Bewick's Select Fables of Ęsop and Others: In Three Parts to which are ...

Aesop - Fables - 1886 - 360 pages
...of truth, he changes the accusation. Six months ago, says he, you vilely slandered me. Impossible, returns the Lamb, for I was not then born. No matter, it was your father, then, or some of your relations ; and immediately seizing the innocent Lamb, he tore him to pieces. FABLE XXX....
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Englische Studien, Volume 19

Comparative linguistics - 1894 - 500 pages
...upon the stream. — "Six months ago", says the wolf, "you spoke ill of me". — "Impossible", answers the lamb , "for I was not then born". - "No matter , it was your father then , or some of your family" — and he immediately tore the innocent animal to pieces. c. One day, when King...
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Spirit of Humanity, and Animals' Friend: Extracts from the Enlightened and ...

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - Animal welfare - 1899 - 340 pages
...of truth, he changes the accusation: Six months ago, says he, you vilely slandered me. Impossible, returns the lamb, for I was not then born. No matter, it was your father then, or some of your relations; and immediately seizing the innocent lamb, he tore him to pieces. MORAL. —...
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