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Books Books 1 - 3 of 3 on ... opened his enormous jaws, threw the bit into his mouth. The effect was magical....
" ... opened his enormous jaws, threw the bit into his mouth. The effect was magical — in a moment the horse became as quiet as a lamb. Yvon made him go down upon his knees, jumped on his back, and rode him quietly up to the house. His work accomplished,... "
Finette: A Legend of Brittany - Page 27
by Edouard Laboulaye - 1867
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 34

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1867
...clean as if no cattle had ever entered it. The task finished, Yvon seated himself on n bench before the door of the house. As soon as he saw the giant coming he lolled back in his seat, crossed his legs, and began to sing one of his native airs. "Have you cleaned...
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Old wives' fables

Édouard René Lefebvre Laboulaye - Fables - 1884 - 396 pages
...quietly up to the house. His work accomplished, the young Breton seated himself in the porch in front of the house. As soon as he saw the giant coming he threw back his head, flourished his legs wildly about, and hummed a Breton melody. "Hast caught the...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 34

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells, Frederick Lewis Allen - 1867
...his back, and tranquilly returned home. His task finished, Yvon seated himself on the bench before the door of the house. As soon as he saw the giant coming he lolled back in his scat, crossed his legs, and began to sing one of his native airs. " Have you brought...
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