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celebrated in fable or legend

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"That I should have lived to witness the reality of the fabled Carrion Caves!
"And ever since that long-gone day have the dead of this fabled land been carried to the Carrion Caves, that in death and decay they might serve their country and warn away invading enemies.
CHAKWAL -- A grand reception was held for Indian pilgrims at the fabled site of Katas Raj on Tuesday, which was attended by 112 pilgrims from different states of India.
In "Discourse for Stanley Rosen," he advises himself not to wreck a good phrase for the sake of clear sense and that the phrase should be granted "its dark places, the fabled burden" In The Orchards of Syon IX, he invokes Milton's power of invention with the word "haemony," "from some remote / and gracious fable." Finally, fables are how we make sense of the world through language.
He is appreciated for his teachings and his advocacy of the poor and the rejected, not for his fabled metaphysical beginning or his fabled metaphysical, indeterminate end.
The fabled Willa Mae Beede, offspring of the hard-luck Beede clan of Durham County, was a white-looking, flee-spirited blues singer and part-time grifter who showed up in Lincoln where her brother and his wife had settled.