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  • Luca Cumani's Mabait, who has had plenty of time to acclimatise, can also make the frame in an open contest.

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  • At the same time, I think it likely that the fairy-tale of "Mabait and the Duende" was already existent earlier in the Islands (though this, too, may have been imported), and that the motivation of the spirit's desire to revenge himself on his tormentor for his avarice and greed was incorporated into the

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  • After sitting for about a half-hour, Masama also set out for the princess's tower, but he reached the palace before Mabait.

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  • Then Mabait came, and told the king that he could cure the princess.

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  • Mabait was honest and industrious, while Masama was envious and lazy.

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  • From that time on Mabait and the duende were good friends.

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  • Menguita, a king of Cebu, had two slaves, -- Mabait and Masama.

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  • Masama wondered how Mabait, who was very poor, could buy so many things.

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  • Mabait answered in a trembling voice, "I don't want to be a friend of an evil spirit."

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  • Mabait did nearly all of the hard work in the palace, so he was admired very much by the king.

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