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Genghis Khan was a great king and warrior.
He led his army into China and Persia, and he conquered many lands. In every country, men told about his daring deeds; and they said that since Alexander the Great there had been no king like him.
I first heard amongst used when I went to live in England. To my ear it sounds quaint and very “British.” I especially like it in the expression “to put the cat amongst the pigeons.”
If there ever was a difference between the two words, it is lost now.
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The king saw dead snake of the most poisonous kind. He thought only of the poor dead bird. The hawk saved his life! He cried; but he killed him . Then he took the bird into his hunting bag. He learnt a sad lesson that "never to do anything in anger"
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