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Fox and Child

"The fox is one hundred years old its' child is one hundred and ten."  

This saying is usually said by an older person to a younger person in the situation where the younger person does something wise. The older person happy with the younger person's actions'  comments on the brightness of the younger individual by using two symbols of wisdom "Age" and the "Fox". This saying indicates that even the young at times can surpass the old in wisdom.

 

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This saying has to do with a  short Greek Folk called: Fox and Child.

 

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