Sentence 2 of The Wolf and the Lamb
This sentence is part of the text The Wolf and the Lamb .
The wolf stood the higer up the stream, thelamb much lower.
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A wolf and a lamb came to the same stream, compelled by thirst. The wolf stood the higer up the stream, thelamb much lower. Then the thief, impelledby his wicked maw, took occasion of quarrel.
In other languages:
Latin (1596)Source: Lupus et Agnus .
ItalianSource: Il lupo e l'agnello .
SpanishSource: El lobo y el cordero , written by Phaedrus .
Early Modern English (1765)Source: The Wolf and the Lamb .
English (1887)Source: The Wolf and the Lamb , written by Phaedrus .
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