dwarf who

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  • They were seven dwarfs who worked in the mines, right down deep in the heart of the mountain. Cited from The Red Fairy Book, ed. by Andrew Lang
  • Then making signs to the dwarfs who sat about above, he vanished between the stones. Cited from The Ghost Kings, by H. Rider Haggard
  • Ivald's sons sometimes do good work, but there are many other dwarfs who can do better. Cited from The Story of Siegfried, by James Baldwin
  • What would you, a giant fighting with the sword, do against dwarfs who have cannon? Cited from Paris under the Commune, by John Leighton
  • It tells of the ten little Dwarfs who lived in the Good-wife's fingers. Cited from A Study of Fairy Tales, by Laura F. Kready
  • He met the dwarf who told him what happened to his brothers and at his imploring freed them.
  • There he is met by two green-skinned dwarves who question him as to the state of their former home, China.
  • In short, the clever dwarf who invented the game was asked by his king to name his reward.
  • Over the sands he went, till he saw the Dwarfs who fought with cranes. Cited from Heroes Every Child Should Know, by Hamilton Mabie
  • "Well, of the dwarf who is sitting in the mountain." Cited from In Midsummer Days and Other Tales,by A. Strindberg
  • They are now aided by the doctor's dwarf who has decided that there are better lines of work than being a henchman.
  • He wears leather and furs made from those non-dwarves who have opposed him in the past.
  • Slayers are dwarves who have lost their honour, brought shame to their families or broken an important oath.
  • These are two legged dwarfs who have been rendered one legged by their magical master.
  • For this reason his features, though not as sharply defined, are more visible than those of the dwarf who is much nearer the light source.
  • When it was quite dark the owners of the cottage came back; they were seven dwarfs who dug in the hills for gold. Cited from Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories, by Various
  • Then the person who had killed Otter went down and caught the Dwarf who owned all the treasure and took it from him. Cited from The Red Fairy Book, ed. by Andrew Lang
  • The dwarf who held the pincers drew his arm across his forehead to wipe off the sweat. Cited from The Counterpane Fairy, by Katharine Pyle
  • Dwarfs who speak Morporkian invariably translate any meaningful parts of their name when doing so.
  • Obrigwabibikwa is a dwarf who can change himself into a reptile.
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