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... Slipper-on-the-Water is one of twelve Minnipin villages in a valley known as the Land Between the Mountains ... Also living in the village are a group of Minnipins referred to as "Them" by the other villagers Gummy, a carefree poet who writes silly poems, Walter the Earl, who hunts for ... These Minnipins shun the tradition-based existence of other Minnipins and do things such as wear different-colored cloaks and have different color doors ...
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