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  • Rumpelstiltskin, Hunt, M. (transl.) Grimm's Household Tales, Volume 1 "Rumpel-Stilts-Ken", Grimm's Household Tales, 1912 Marian Edwardes, after Edgar Taylor
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  • 1892  (1892)  Stilts and Stilt-Walking By Guyot Daubés 1215398Popular Science Monthly Volume 40 February 1892 — Stilts and Stilt-Walking By Guyot
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  • Book by Chester A. Reed Avocets and Stilts: Family Recurvirostridae 152479The Bird Book — Avocets and Stilts: Family RecurvirostridaeChester A. Reed
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  • Grimm Rumpel-Stilts-Ken 1059280Grimm's Household Tales (Edwardes) — Rumpel-Stilts-KenJacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm Rumpel Stilts-Ken. By the
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  • and Coots: Family Rallidae Phalaropes: Family Phalaropodidae Avocets and Stilts: Family Recurvirostridae Snipes, Sandpipers, etc: Family Scolopacidae Plovers:
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  • Acquisition of culture — miscellaneous. A1491. Origin of art of walking on stilts. Marquesas: Handy 114. A1495. Origin of outdoor games. A1495.1. Origin of
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  • Robber Bridegroom 101 Ashputtel 107 The Three Spinning Fairies 118 Rumpel-Stilts-Ken 122 Madam Holle 126 The Nose-Tree 131 The Goose Girl 141 King Grizzle-Beard
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  • 433 The Story of a Strange Land 447 Lessons from the Census IV 459 Stilts and Stilt-Walking 467 The Development of American Industries Since Columbus:
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  • theatric variations: blindfold, in a sack, trundling a wheelbarrow, on stilts, carrying a man on his back, sitting down midway while he made and ate an
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  • perceived, in a field at some distance, a man on stilts. He was tending sheep, and wore the stilts so that he could the better see his flock, as it wandered
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  • I played about the front gate, pulling flowers. You came by on bamboo stilts, playing horse; You walked about my seat, playing with blue plums. And
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  • I played about the front gate, pulling flowers You came by on bamboo stilts, playing horse, You walked about my seat, playing with blue plums. And
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  • What, that there are runners, boxers, charioteers, vaulters, walkers on stilts, rope-dancers, jugglers? What, that there are dealers in salt fish, salters
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  • ploughshare. Three fellows who wanted to catch a hare, went on crutches and stilts; one of them was deaf, the second blind, the third dumb, and the fourth
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  • armies, fleets, flying cars, and apparitions. He mounted the actors on stilts, and gave them masks to augment the natural sounds of their voices. He was
    233 bytes (217 words) - 22:22, 24 May 2014
  • his plough, Which by a gaud was driven, jo. And when he was between the stilts, He thought he was in heaven, jo.   But the foremost ox fell in the fur
    378 bytes (20 words) - 14:18, 1 April 2012
  • in Human Stature," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 31, July 1887 "Stilts and Stilt-Walking," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 40, February 1892
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  • Section 1: The salt marsh Section 2: The stilts Section 3: Visit to South-moors Section 4: In preparation for the winter Section 5: Different games Section
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  • William James Stillwater Stilo Praeconinus, Lucius Aelius Stilpo Stilt Stilted Stilts Stinde, Julius Stink-wood Stipend Stirling, Mary Anne Stirling, James
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  • a man, unless he's a giant." "He may have been on stilts," suggested Mr. Parker. "No man on stilts could walk along that way," declared Tom, confidently
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