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  • noun Plural form of Aesop.

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  • Ive regularly been partial to Aesops fables myself.

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  • Ive regularly been partial to Aesops fables myself.

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  • The Penthouse mob must be on a dose of Aesops google taser problems; and it will be a field day for out of work lawyers who have been downsized.

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  • But her conversations with customers make it clear she is a kind person by nature, with or without Aesops encouragement.

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  • It is tempting to assume that Marlene stitched that preceptwhich survived for centuries in Aesops famous fables before it ended up on the wall of her spare bedroom in Salt Lake Cityinto the fabric herself, and that she and her husband must read it for inspiration before they sit down each day to work side by side as customer service agents for JetBlue.

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  • “The Animaris geneticus wasn't manufactured by Theo Jansen in collaboration with NASA,” these future Aesops and fabulists will say, “but rather the result of incestuous and bestial trysts of the gods.”

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  • Shualim_ (Heb.), 8; (4) Stainhöwel took it from the "Romulus" into his German Aesop (1480), whence all the modern European Aesops are derived.

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  • As I have wrote elsewhere - it would matter little to me if all the holy books were proven no more true as Aesops fables, as long as the important moral and ethical lessons are learned.

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  • As I have wrote elsewhere - it would matter little to me if all the holy books were proven no more true as Aesops fables, as long as the important moral and ethical lessons are learned.

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  • As I have wrote elsewhere - it would matter little to me if all the holy books were proven no more true as Aesops fables, as long as the important moral and ethical lessons are learned.

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