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<td><p>Once upon a time there was a princess who lived in the forest. She owned a small house with a slate roof, carved front door, and a front walk paved with round river stones. The princess's name was <span class="Names">Gwendoline</span>, but her friends called her &quot;<span class="Names">Sparky</span>.&quot;</p>
<p>Sparky new that she was a princess. Many years ago she had lived in a castle on the top of a mountain. But the princess business isn't all that it is cracked up to be, so <span class="Names">Sparky</span> decided to take early retirement and move to the forest at the bottom of the mountain. Living with her were two cats, a dog, a goat, and a trio of chickens. </p>
<p>The cats were named <span class="Names">Leo</span> and <span class="Names">Lenny</span>. <span class="Names">Leo</span> was gray and white, but <span class="Names">Lenny</span> was white and gray. The dog's name was <span class="Names">Sylvester Sullivan Smythe</span>. But that name was too long for his license tag, so everybody called him &quot;<span class="Names">S3</span>.&quot; The chickens didn't have names, but were referred to as Pest #1, Pest #2, and Pest #3. </p></td>