tale

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  • The film has been described as a coming of age tale and sports drama.
  • The film has been described as a coming of age tale and sports drama.
  • This grew into a tale of a baby boy who did fly away.
  • When a Shadow story ended, another tale would begin in the same issue.
  • Canton's early history could well be called a tale of two cities.
  • When the book was first published there were those who did not find merit in the tale.
  • The daily news had published the first English translation of his tale of escape.
  • Even today, parents usually read these tales to their not-yet-literate children.
  • The original tale may have been simply about a youth who was raised by a lake fairy.
  • He took his place as the leader of his band and numerous tales are told of their adventures.
  • But some men of legend and folk tale have been known to continue having their way even after death.
  • When the family finally arrives at the party, they tell the guests their tale.
  • The show had characters from that series play various characters from fairy tales.
  • The tale has been adapted to various media, including the musical stage and animated film.
  • There are several tales of how Little Silver received its name.
  • He tells only two further tales of the character.
  • The argument of the President however was not merely a twice-told tale. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Volume 2 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • He soon developed Heavy Traffic, a tale of inner-city street life.
  • His adventures ran to four volumes, probably the most popular such tales of their time.
  • This element in the tale has given perhaps more pleasure to more readers than anything else in it.
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