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The One-eyed DoeA doe that had but one eye used to graze near a lake, so that she might keep her blind eye toward the water, the other eye toward the land that no hunters could approach unnoticed. But one day a hunter in a boat saw the doe from some distance, approached her quietly, and shot an arrow into her heart. In her dying agony, she cried out, “Alas, sad fate, that I should die from a wound to the side I thought was safe, while yet safe where I most expected danger!”It isn’t likely this is where the…

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