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Nine lives of a cat
– üheksa elu nagu kassil
a
cat on a hot tin roof

ei püsi pudeliski paigal
a
cat nap

lõunauniakut tegema
cat
got your tongue?-
Oled
keele alla neelanud?
have
kittens

paanika
rain cats and dogs
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