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The Lion, the Witch, and the-……I mean The Lion, the Hare, and the Deer. Leo, dormientem leporem nactus , confestim eum devorare parabat . While sleeping, the lion, having gotten a hare, immediately prepared to devour him . .

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The lion the witch and the i mean the lion the hare and the deer

The Lion, the Witch, and the-……I mean The Lion, the Hare, and the Deer


The lion the witch and the i mean the lion the hare and the deer

Leo, dormientemleporemnactus, confestimeumdevorareparabat.

While sleeping, the lion, having gotten a hare, immediately prepared to devour him.


The lion the witch and the i mean the lion the hare and the deer

  • Cervam interim praetereuntemconspicatus, relictolepore, eampersequicoepit.

  • In the meantime, a stag, which caught sight of this while passing by, began to pursue him, leaving the hare abandoned.


The lion the witch and the i mean the lion the hare and the deer

  • Lepusinterea, strepituexcitatus, indefugamabripuit.

  • At the same time, the hare, awakened by the noise, ran off.


The lion the witch and the i mean the lion the hare and the deer

  • Leo autem, postquamcervamlongeestinsecutusneceamadsequipotuit, ad leporemreversus est.

  • The lion, however, after the stag pursued it far out of reach, returned to where the hare was.


The lion the witch and the i mean the lion the hare and the deer

  • Sedeumquoquefugaelapsum cum reperisset, “Ego meherculedignapatior,” inquit, “quia, paratam in manibusescamreiiciens, incertamvoluispemsequi.”

  • But he escaped through flight as well, and also realized, “I relate to you, and worthy is what I suffer,” he said, “because, by refusing food prepared in their hands, I have to follow uncertain hope.


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