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As it was explained to me by a Polish redditor the fable of Lech and Czech was told to 'explain' the origin of Polish and Czech people (which have pretty similar languages).
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What we have are accounts of the days before the fall, and a fable of the whims of the gods.
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fable (noun)

  • A fictitious narrative intended to enforce some useful truth or precept, usually with animals, etc. as characters; an apologue. Prototypically, Aesop's Fables.
  • Any story told to excite wonder; common ta...
  • Any story told to excite wonder; common talk; the theme of talk.
  • Fiction; untruth; falsehood.
  • The plot, story, or connected series of events forming the subject of an epic or dramatic poem.
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fable (verb)

  • To compose fables; hence, to write or speak fiction; to write or utter what is not true.
  • To make up; to devise, and speak of, as true or real; to tell of falsely; to recount in the form of a fable.
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fable

  • adjective 1. a shortened euphemism for the word 'fuckable' 2. describes a person with whom you would most likely have sex, based on their physical appearance antonym: fugly
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Fable

  • An Xbox game created by Peter Peter Molyneux. While the game did not live up to the unrealistic hype, it is still an amazing game.
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That's why it's like a fable of the CoD community.
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I always wondered what the fable of Adam and Eve actually meant, and now I think I know.
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Using the Fable of the Three Rings, he argued to the inquisitors that God loved Jews, Christians and Muslims equally because they were all his children and that all of his contemporaries believed they represented the true faith simply because they were born and raised that way.
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I am reminded of the fable of the silver egg.
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There's a tale/fable of some kind where a King orders the execution of a Jester for making fun of his Queen.
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First record of theirs I bought was Fables of the Reconstruction, back in '85 when I was in high school.
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Like the fable of Adam and Eve, we see hell as a literary device.
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It might be high time to parody that old fathers fable of "Iron John" into "Seamstress John".
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At the end of the day, it's like the fable of the wolf and lamb.
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But he had read his Pliny and, building on the fables of the great Roman naturalist, bequeathed to the medieval centuries the standard Christian image of the bear: malicious, lewd, destructive, predatory.
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The fable of the boy who cried "A YO RIVER!"
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This sounds very much like Aesop's fable of the Scorpion and the Frog, lesson being not to give in to the begging of one whom you know whose nature is not what they profess to be.
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Did you read the Fable of the Dragon Tyrant in the top comment?
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Consider the fable of the sun and the wind.
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The Fable of the Dragon is a very good reminder of the dangers of our own cynicism.
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The fable of the "6 Million Racist Bruins Fans on Twitter," unfortunately, didn't go away after Game 1.
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This place itself is a mark definition 2 interrupts—The way an interrupt works is very much like the old fable of the Moose and the Manilla Envelope.
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The title did little to reassure him, the words "Collected Fables of Fair Falon" standing out as merely darker colored leather along its spine, nothing special.
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I still have some shit add to that age old fable of mysterious aliens.
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At least now we can hear "Let it Go" instead of getting an actually interesting look at some of the history and fables of Norway.
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Could it be Mandeville from 'The Fable of the Bees?'
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And yet there are those in the 19th Arrondissement who are both insightful and eloquent about the fable of American Exceptionalism.
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The one thing that scared us more than anything was the fable of the connected machine.
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As science reveals more of the rules of the universe we will once again drag you kicking and screaming into the future while you cling to the world views and fables of 3000 yr old illiterate sheep herders holding an Ipod that only science could make with the resentment of your dying beliefs and the ring of "asshole" in our ears.
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REM's creative high point for me was "Fables of the Reconstruction" and it was a slow but very obvious decline from there.
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Fable of the Wolf and Owl is a sweet card, but not every deck wants or can play it.
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I've only heard fables of "recounts" and have never actually known of one being done though I'm sure it has happened before.
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Are you not familiar with the fable of the frog and the scorpion?
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The classic fable of the lion and the mouse fits the reasoning here, as down the line, it might just be that lord saving you.
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Fables of Doom: Team still not working together great, Ezekiel-centric.
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That goes against what is said in holy books and all that stuff, therefore the man-made fables of a deity are false.
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Do you remember Aesop's fable of the Fox and the Grapes?
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That bit with the talking snake ... that's not much different than the myths of the Greeks or the fables of Aesop."
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Remember you don't have to learn everything at once; think of aesop's fable of the tortoise and the hare.
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I've been thinking about trying to put fable of the wolf and owl in the deck to help with plan b because if I go infinite I can also have infinite guys.
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The fable of "predatory pricing" is a line of hogwash promulgated by people who have no knowledge whatsoever of how businesses actually work.
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Like the fable of Adam and Eve, we see hell as a literary device.
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When I studied abroad in Thailand, I was told a fable of an emperor whom was very cruel but then had an "epiphany" of sorts.. After that, he was loved by the people, and it was said that a lotus flower bloomed with every step he took.
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Ray's story may also be loosely based on the fable of the Moth and the Star.
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Aesop's fable of the Fox and the Mosquitoes.
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I find the fables of everest and other 8000M peaks fascinating.
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"An"-caps call the actual history of capitalism "corporatism" (when they admit it at all), and define capitalism as some abstract fable of "the sum of voluntary market transactions, in a free market, based on justly acquired property, for-profit, between rational, competing actors" and presume full hindsight and foresight view of the consequences of these decisions, presume "free will", ignoring the external (and often internal) constraints.
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Our fable of the garden of Eden relates to this experience, and Adam and Eve didn't seem to think it was all that bad.
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There are fables of an ancient Jedi who fell to the dark side, was saved, but fell again when a sith emperor with enough power to make Palpatine look like Jar-Jar captured him.
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