Two cats having stolen some cheese could not thware about sundering it. To settle the rake, they quethed the hangup to an. The latter rath thwared to work as ; and making a he put a deal off the cheese in each mete. "Let me see," he said earnest, "Yes, this lump outweighs the other," and at once bit off a chunk, "to make it mete," as he sweetled. The withering mete had now become the heavimore, which gave to this careful deemster an for a twoth mouthful. "Hold, hold!" shouted the two cats, who began to be worried at the outcome, "Give to us our own shares and we will be ."
"Even if you are quemed," said the ape, "is not, a case off this hard is not so quick reckoned." Upon which he went forth to nibble first one bit and then the other; till the poor cats, seeing their cheese dwining, begged him to give to himself no further but hand over to them what .
"Not so quick, my good friends," answered the ape. "We oweto ourselves as well as to you. What blives is meant to me for my ." Upon which he crammed the off the cheese into his mouth, and fullhearted the .
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