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The fox may say; I am sly.
The cat may say; I do not sip, I lap.
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bar play wen eggs The hen may say; I can run. I can fly, but not far up in the air. I can lay eggs, and am of use to man. The fox and the rat may get me. But if I see the fox or rat, I run off.
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glee boy new The bee may say; I fly in the air. 1 sip, but I do not get in the tea-cup. I sip the dew on the rose, and fly off. Boy, do not try to kill me; For I am of use to man.
Sly rat call
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COW Ann bell dog big him with Tom well Do you see Ann and Tom? The dog is with Tom and Ann. It is Sly. Sly is a big dog. Do you see Sly, the big dog ? He is fed by Tom and Ann. He will run, if Ann and Tom call him. He will do as Ann and Tom tell him. He will run at a pig or a cow. He will run at a fox or an ox. He will run at a hen or a rat.
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feel can saw low heel mud now
Let the cat be; she has a kit.
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What is in the tree? A nest.
What are in the nest ? Eggs.
What are in the eggs? Birds.
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