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    • O Androkles kai to Liontari 

      Neiros, Nikos; Stratikēs, Potēs (Angyra Publishing HouseAnkyra. Athens, 1975)
      Reading books like this would be a great way to learn Greek! The illustrations are simple and the text copious. Androkles uses a part of his blue clothing to bind up the lion's paw. Watch out: there are fifteen more ...
    • O Christmas Tree! 

      Gillick, Larry, S.J. (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2014)
      I read recently that a certain state-university declared that no university- sponsored Christmas party could be called "Christmas party", but only a "Holiday Party". Lots to think about with that one. The "Holiday Tree" ...
    • O Coelho que Venceu o Medo 

      Meller, Eric; Rozin, Paula (Dharma Publishing. BerkeleyOakland, Calif., 1991)
      Here is the Portuguese version of the English The Rabbit Who Overcame Fear from the same year. As I comment there, this is the standard tale of the timid rabbit who hears the thud of a ripe mango dropping near him and ...
    • O Kabouras Ki H Alepou 

      No Author (Agkura D.A. Papademetriou. Athens, 1979)
      This is a single story that is #12 in the series Paramythia tou Aisopou Me Eikones and reappears in the collection Paramythia tou Aisopou, Pemptos Tomos, listed under 1992/95. I have six of the eighteen pamphlets in the ...
    • O Lagos kai H Chelona kai Alla Paramythia 

      Stratikēs, Potēs; Wolf, Tony (Ekdoseis StratikeEkdoseis Stratikē. AthensAthēna, 1989)
      Now I have found this book from six different countries! Other versions come from England (1988), France (1989?), Italy (1989/92), the United States (1990), and Canada (1990?). The format remains very consistent. For ...
    • O Lagos kai h Xelona (The Hare and the Tortoise) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Hōraiokastro-ThessalonikēsOraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. Apparently ...
    • O Lykos kai to Katsikaki (The Wolf and the Goat) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Hōraiokastro-Thessalonikēs:Oraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. One fine spread ...
    • O Papagaio e A Figueira 

      Rozin, Paula (Dharma PublishingEditora Dharma. Berkeley, 2002)
      Here is the later Portuguese paperbound version of the hardbound English The Parrot and the Fig Tree from 1990. As I comment there, where other volumes used gold lines to outline the figures, Harman uses black. A parrot ...
    • O Pontikos kai to Liontari (The Mouse and the Lion) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Oraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. This version ...
    • O Pontikos tou Agrou o Pontikos tes Poles (The Country Mouse and the City Mouse) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Oraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. This pleasing ...
    • O Pseutes Boskos (The Lying Shepherd) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Oraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. This twelfth ...
    • O Sábio e a Pá: Um Conto Jataka 

      Nestorowich, Sherri; Rozin, Paula (Dharma PublishingEditora Dharma. Berkeley, Calif., 2002)
      This is the Portuguese version of The Spade Sage. In this story the Buddha has been born as a gardener called the Spade Sage. He has only his one spade, and he sells vegetables for a living. Unhappy, he goes into the ...
    • O Tzitzikas kai to Myrmegki (The Grasshopper and the Ant) 

      No Author (Rekos EPE: Susaeta Ediciones SA. Oraikastrou-Thessalonike, 1999)
      This booklet is one of twelve published by Rekos in Greek, apparently upon the designs done by Susaeta for a European-language edition. Its sixteen pages display excellent and lively colored illustrations. As in several ...
    • O Zlatem Zoubecku:Slezske Bajky (Silesian Fables) 

      Salichová, Helena (Profil. Ostrava, 1975)
      Are the twenty-four texts on 122 pages perhaps more folktales or fairy tales than fables? There is a T of C listing them at the end. There are six pleasant colored full-page inserts: frontispiece, 32, 48, 64, 80, and ...
    • O'Brien v. Bellevue Pub. Schs 

      Unknown author (2015)
      289 Neb. 637
    • O'Brien v. Cessna Aircraft Co. 

      Unknown author (2015)
    • O'Brien v. Cessna Aircraft Co. 

      Unknown author (2015)