Aesop's Fables: The lion and the bull

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Thinking of the lion as capturing a very full-bodied Bull, he decided to use cunning. Del toro said that he had sacrificed a RAM and that he invited him to share it. His plan was to attack him when he had cast next to the table.
He came to the toro site, but seeing only large fountains and grills, and no trace of RAM, started without saying a Word.
Claimed you the lion that why you left, then nothing had done you.
-There is reason said del toro, as all the preparations you have made are not for the body of a RAM, but of a bull.

Observes and analyzes always carefully your around, and so you will be better protected from the dangers.

Translated for educational purposes

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