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    "Chanticleer began to beat his wings. He stood high on his toes and stretched his neck, closed his eyes, and crowed loudly. At once, the fox jumped up, grabbed Chanticleer by the throat, and carried him toward the woods." The Canterbury Tales, The Nun's Priest Tale

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