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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: ...he hit trees. "Well!" thought He-Who-Was-Left-Behind, "how pray shall I get the better of them? They are making great fun of me!" Soon he saw two raw-hide carrying straps. "Pray what is this?", he thought in his heart. As he walked in a certain direction to his amazement the strap extended in the air to where they were accustomed to draw water. They used it presumably so they would not hurt them selves. Truly in the water at the base of the cliff was where it hung. One likely enough extended to where they were in the habit of cutting wood so that they would 5 An extraordinary form; the terminal inanimate pronoun apparently is lacking. 1 An extraordinary form; the terminal inanimate pronoun apparently is lacking. 2 The translation implies reading-pyaani. The passage is a desperate one. men would not lose their way. On a thorn bush on the ground was where one rawhide strap extended. Soon these old men, "Well old man, let us cook a meal," they said among themselves. "Old man, I will fetch water," said one. "You will cut wood," they said to each other. They started off. Verily he who went after water suddenly while walking slipped; he fell off the bank; he fell in the water; he spoiled his kettle. Soon he finally managed to climb out, then he went home. Then likewise this the wood-chopper hurt his hand on the thorn bush on the ground. Then the One-Who-Was-LeftBehind was very glad; he laughed. Suddenly the woodchopper stopped; he became very angry. "Well, old man," he said, "what is the presumable reason you hang on (?) the rawhide strap in the thicket?" "Well confound it, just shut up, old man," said the other. "Just because you're hanging on the high bank is the reas...

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Buchbeschreibung RareBooksClub. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 26 pages. Dimensions: 9.9in. x 7.1in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 Excerpt: . . . he hit trees. Well! thought He-Who-Was-Left-Behind, how pray shall I get the better of them They are making great fun of me! Soon he saw two raw-hide carrying straps. Pray what is this, he thought in his heart. As he walked in a certain direction to his amazement the strap extended in the air to where they were accustomed to draw water. They used it presumably so they would not hurt them selves. Truly in the water at the base of the cliff was where it hung. One likely enough extended to where they were in the habit of cutting wood so that they would 5 An extraordinary form; the terminal inanimate pronoun apparently is lacking. 1 An extraordinary form; the terminal inanimate pronoun apparently is lacking. 2 The translation implies reading-pyaani. The passage is a desperate one. men would not lose their way. On a thorn bush on the ground was where one rawhide strap extended. Soon these old men, Well old man, let us cook a meal, they said among themselves. Old man, I will fetch water, said one. You will cut wood, they said to each other. They started off. Verily he who went after water suddenly while walking slipped; he fell off the bank; he fell in the water; he spoiled his kettle. Soon he finally managed to climb out, then he went home. Then likewise this the wood-chopper hurt his hand on the thorn bush on the ground. Then the One-Who-Was-LeftBehind was very glad; he laughed. Suddenly the woodchopper stopped; he became very angry. Well, old man, he said, what is the presumable reason you hang on () the rawhide strap in the thicket Well confound it, just shut up, old man, said the other. Just because youre hanging on the high bank is the reas. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781236332004

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