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After Keyra … (1) the coyote so much cunning he became very ambitious and … (2) to do many things which were very much too … (3) for him and which Keyra never intended he should do. One of them … (4) got so conceited that he thought he could … (5) with the stars and so he asked one of them to fly close to the top of a … (6) and take him by the paw and let him dance once around through the sky. The star only laughed at him and … (7) its eye, but the next right when it came around, it sailed close to the mountain and took the coyote by the paw, and flew away with him through the sky. But g the … (8) coyote soon grew tired of dancing this way, and could not wait for the star to come around to the mountain again. He … (9) down at the earth and it seemed g quite near to him, and as the star could not g I wait or fly low just then, he let go and leaped down. Poor … (10) He was ten whole snows in falling, and when he struck the earth he was smashed flatter than a willow mat or a frog in the road.