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Die drei Nüsse

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The Project Gutenberg Etext of Die drei Nüsse, byClemens Brentano #6 in our series by ClemensBrentanoThis Etext is in German.We are releasing two versions of this Etext, one in7-bit format, known as Plain Vanilla ASCII, whichcan be sent via plain email— and one in 8-bitformat, which includes higher order characters—which requires a binary transfer, or sent as emailattachment and may require more specializedprograms to display the accents. This is the 8-bitversion.sCuorpey triog chth leacwk st haer ec ocphyarniggihnt gl aawll so fvoerr  ytohuer  wcooruldn.t rByebefore distributing this or any other ProjectGutenberg file.oWne  yeonucr oouwran gdei syko, ut hteo rkeebey pk teheisp ifnilge ,a en xealcetclytr oasn iict is,path open for future readers. Please do notremove this.This header should be the first thing seen whenanyone starts to view the etext. Do not change oredit it without written permission. The words arecarefully chosen to provide users with theinformation they need to understand what theymay and may not do with the etext.**Welcome To The World of Free Plain Vanilla
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