The position of a man who is found at his standing in the forest, with a crossbow or a longbow bent, ready to shoot at a deer, or close by a tree with greyhounds in a leash ready to slip; one of the four presumptions that a man intends stealing the king's deer.
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Wong's arguments remind me of the ancient Greek story of the philosophers in the tavern, and the boy in the stables. The gathering of philosophers, lubricated well by booze, were having an argument. "How many teeth does a horse have?" Lots of ideas, and no consensus. ...
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