The Dolphins and Whales waged a fierce war with each other. When the
battle was at its height, a Sprat lifted its head out of the waves
and said that he would reconcile their differences if they would accept
him as an umpire. One of the Dolphins replied, "We would far rather
be destroyed in our battle with each other than admit any interference
from you in our affairs."
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