No more time for Germans, she said.  As though it was for her to determine this for him.  Chasing her after she made her mischief, he had thought her so young, such a child, because of the quickness of her feet in taking the long stride of men and because of her tireless running even after the parade.  He had to move his fastest to catch her.  But even in mischief he was happy with her, not only because she was so sweet and pretty but because she came from fishing people, and she was so clever with knot-tying.  She even caught the interest and admiration of the Germans even a First Lieutenant.  She wasn't so childlike after all.
 
 

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