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" But still," said the young one, "I would gladly know the reason of this mutual slaughter. I could never kill what I could not eat. "
The District School Journal of the State of New York - Page 30
1843
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The National Fourth Reader: Containing a Course of Instruction in Elocution ...

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - Readers, American - 1861 - 432 pages
...and that you will soon revel1 in human blood." 8. " But still," said the young one, " I would gladly know the reason of this mutual slaughter. I could...child," said the mother, " this is a question which I can not answer, though I am reckoned the most subtle3 O bird of the mountain. When I was young, I used...
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The Ackworth reading book, being selections from the best English authors in ...

Ackworth sch - 1865
...hunting, and that you will soon revel in human blood." "But still," said the young one, "I would gladly know the reason of this mutual slaughter; I could never kill what I would not eat." " My child," said the mother," this is a question which I cannot answer, though I am...
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Graduated exercises for translation into German, extr. from Engl. authors ...

Friedrich Otto Froembling - 1866
...this mutual slaughter; I would never kill what I could not eat." — "My child," said the vulture, "this is a question which I cannot answer, though...mountain. When I was young, I used frequently to visit the eyry of an old vulture who dwelt upon the Carpathian rocks; he had made many observations; he knew...
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Matrials for translating from English into French, a short essay on ...

Louis Le Brun, Henri van Laun - 1869
...the vulture, " this is a question wMch I cannot answer,9 though I am reckoned the most subtle bird oi the mountain. When I was young, I used frequently to visit the tyry of an old vulture, who dwelt upon the Carpathian rocks ;10 he had made many observations ; he...
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National Fourth Reader: Containing a Simple, Comprehensive and Practical ...

Richard Green Parker - 1870
...and that you will soon revel ' in human blood." 9. "But still," said the young one, "I would gladly know the reason of this mutual slaughter. I could...child," said the mother, " this is a question which I can not answer, though I am reckoned the most subtle " bird of the mountain. 10. " When I was young,...
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The graduated course of translation from English into French, ed. by C ...

Hugues Charles S. Cassal, Théodore Karcher - 1875
...of this mutual slaughter ; I would never kill what I could not eat.' ' My child,' said the vulture, 'this is a question which I cannot answer, though...mountain. When I was young, I used frequently to visit the eyry of an old vulture, who dwelt upon the Carpathian rocks ; he had made many observations; he knew...
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English into French, a selection from the best English prose writers to be ...

Henri van Laun - 1876
...eat." "My child," said the vulture, "this is a question which I cannot answer,7 though I am reckoned 8 the most subtle bird of the mountain. When I was young I used frequently to visit the eyry of an old vulture, who 1 For the convenience of the vulture, Pour faciliter le travail des vautours....
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An Elementary Indian Reader: Designed for the Use of Students in the Anglo ...

Electronic book - 1877 - 182 pages
...hunting, and that you will soon revel in human blood." " But still," said the young one, " I would gladly know the reason of this mutual slaughter. I could...am reckoned the most subtle bird of the mountain. There is in every herd, one that gives directions to the rest, and seems to be more eminently delighted...
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Standard Stenography: Being Taylor's Shorthand

Alfred Janes - Shorthand - 1882 - 64 pages
...hunting, and that you will soon revel in human blood. But still, said the young one, I would gladly know the reason of this mutual slaughter; I could...which I cannot answer, though I am reckoned the most subtile bird of the mountain. When I was young, I used frequently to visit the ayry of an old vulture,...
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The Graduated Course of Translation from English Into French: The Junior ...

Charles Cassal - 1899
...of this mutual slaughter ; I would never kill what I could not eat.' ' My child,' said the vulture, 'this is a question which I cannot answer, though...mountain. When I was young, I used frequently to visit the eyry of an old vulture, who dwelt upon the Carpathian rocks ; he had made many observations; he knew...
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