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- n. peasant; fellow
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See carl.
- n. Same as caurale.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
May 5th, 2010 at 9: 51 am the very hungry caterpillar by eric carle is a good book that fits with the theme …
When an Austwick "carle" comes into any of the larger towns of
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Sunday, August 2, 2009 wow! thanks to thereza's beautiful blog, i just learned about eric carle's blog. all i have is to say is wow! and from eric carle's blog i learned about the eric carle museum of picture book art in amherst, massachusetts. wow!
I found a huge list of awards that eric carle won but it did not specify which books won the awards.
Then he took all the meat and drink I had given him and the rest of it and went out of my house; but the accursed carle gave it in charge of a porter to carry to his home but hid himself in one of the alleys.
Are poor, and many a loser carle to height of luck designed.
Now he was disconsolate by reason of what had befallen him through the Sultan, who had entreated him harshly and had married his daughter by force to the lowest of his menials and he too a lump of a groom bunch-backed withal, and he said to himself, “I will slay this daughter of mine if of her own free will she have yielded her person to this acursed carle.”
“Fetch me an hundred braves!” cried Gharib, and they fetched them; whereupon he bade them, “Draw your swords and stand at the head of this Persian carle!”
But again the old carle drew nigher to her, and said: Thou seemest to have a good bow and store of arrows; if thou wouldst lend them to me for a little, and come with me into the wood hard by, I might shoot thee some venison with little toil to thee; whereas, forsooth, thou lookest scarce like one who is meet for over-much toil.
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