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  Once upon a time, in a certain town there was a coffin maker who opened and was running a store where he sold the coffins he made himself to the customers in the neighborhood. The popuplation in the town increased day-by-day.

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OX HERDING
When one's feeding his ox, he may let the ox eating freely on his own farm but may not let the ox eat the rice on other's farm. When the ox starts comming over the limit of the farm, he needs to take the ox back. If not, he'll get trouble with his neighbor.

ChonTri 02/26/2009


 



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