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THE BIG PUFF

"Why, you, of course, Mr Breezelet," answered the moneylender quickly. "That cat is nothing but a pest; I think he's just stolen some sausages."
" Well, thanks for your help; what can I do for you in return for your politeness?" asked Breezelet.
The moneylender thought quickly. It did not take him long to realise just what the little breeze could do for him. "This Breezelet and the other winds have enormous powers," he thought. "They control the clouds and the rain, and whether we have a good or a bad harvest depends entirely on the rainfall. ... I'll ask Breezelet for something that is usually impossible for me to control. ..."
Out loud he said :
" Mr Breezelet, sir, I'm sailing across to Oleron soon for the harvest. Could you arrange a nice big puff for me this year, a really nice big puff?"

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