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1  The cat's mouth soon began to water for some more licking.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP
2  'It will not please you more than the others,' said the cat.
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Get Context   In CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP
3  If he was to have any rest, her husband must once more descend into the garden.
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Get Context   In RAPUNZEL
4  They walked the whole night long, and by break of day came once more to their father's house.
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Get Context   In HANSEL AND GRETEL
5  She said to the mouse: 'You must do me a favour, and once more manage the house for a day alone.'
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Get Context   In CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP
6  They disputed about it for a time, but as they were weary they let the matter rest, and their eyes closed once more.
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Get Context   In THE VALIANT LITTLE TAILOR
7  Before you receive my daughter, and the half of my kingdom,' said he to him, 'you must perform one more heroic deed.
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Get Context   In THE VALIANT LITTLE TAILOR
8  The unicorn soon came towards him, and rushed directly on the tailor, as if it would gore him with its horn without more ado.
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Get Context   In THE VALIANT LITTLE TAILOR
9  As soon as they had satisfied themselves, they put out the lights, and each once more sought out a resting-place to his own liking.
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Get Context   In THE TRAVELLING MUSICIANS
10  Had he known that it was no warlike hero, but a little tailor who was standing before him, it would have gone to his heart still more than it did.
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Get Context   In THE VALIANT LITTLE TAILOR
11  An honest farmer had once an ass that had been a faithful servant to him a great many years, but was now growing old and every day more and more unfit for work.
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Get Context   In THE TRAVELLING MUSICIANS
12  At first he refused, but she wept still more and more, and fell at his feet, till at last he consented; but the moment she came to her father's house the guards awoke and he was taken prisoner again.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE GOLDEN BIRD
13  So he set out once more on his journey, sighing, and in great despair, when on a sudden his friend the fox met him, and said, 'You see now what has happened on account of your not listening to my counsel.'
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Get Context   In THE GOLDEN BIRD
14  So she took him to a baker's shop, and pecked at two rolls that lay in the window, till they fell down: and as the dog still wished for more, she took him to another shop and pecked down some more for him.
Grimms' Fairy Tales By Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
Get Context   In THE DOG AND THE SPARROW
15  Not long afterwards, there was once more great dearth throughout the land, and the children heard their mother saying at night to their father: 'Everything is eaten again, we have one half loaf left, and that is the end.'
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Get Context   In HANSEL AND GRETEL
16  But the heat grew greater as soon as noon came on, till at last, as he found himself on a wide heath that would take him more than an hour to cross, he began to be so hot and parched that his tongue clave to the roof of his mouth.
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Get Context   In HANS IN LUCK
17  In the morning the soldier said nothing about what had happened, but determined to see more of this strange adventure, and went again the second and third night; and every thing happened just as before; the princesses danced each time till their shoes were worn to pieces, and then returned home.
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Get Context   In THE TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES
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