Narrator 2: Waves showered them with icy spray, so that Chen was soaked and shivering.
Now I will be paid for all my foolishness.
(with a hard look) Do you still want to go?
Narrator 1: One day, the widow took a pile of brocades to the marketplace, where she quickly sold them.
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A horse t pain win was grazing nearby.
None of us has been able to match.
Servant 1: (announcing) A caravan from the east!Peri 1: Where are you going, Wali Dad?As he entered the palace, the guards gave a salute.It lifted the brocade, blew it out the window, and carried it through the air.She cut her brocade from the loom and held it beside the widows.Peri 2: No shame can come to such as you.Take the horse and.