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Jul 23, 2015 Marathi literature Nilawanti Category:Marathi-language literatureQ: Why did the Ratatoskr reach to his hat? I was reading the 3rd novel in the "Spy Hunter" series and came across this scene. As you can see, a little grey rat is trying to drink water from a well and clearly doesn't know how to use a water pail or bucket. So I was wondering: What was the reason of Ratatoskr reaching his hat? He is being very careful not to get wet by any water in the vicinity but I don't think that was the problem. Perhaps he was thirsty and wanted some water? I would like to know what the reason is, and if this was a mistake from the author's part. Thanks for your help! A: The reason is that the well was as polluted as the rest of the kingdom, and thus, when the rats saw it, they thought "If this is what the other rats drink, then I better not drink from it." I found this interpretation in the book itself: The kingdom is polluted, with dead and dying animals and polluted water, even though it has been cleaned and restored to some extent. The rats, once satisfied with the cleanliness of the "new" kingdom, have built a nest of garbage and excrement to burrow into, and have also come to regard it as polluted. The rat-king, however, does not know the extent of pollution, and thus asks the black rat for some water. A ratchet device is known from DE 10 2008 046 780 A1 which has a ratchet wheel which is rotatably held by two wheels arranged on the frame and has a pawl which can be actuated into engagement or disengagement by a driving wheel. A drive belt engages the ratchet wheel on the frame and the driving wheel is actuated by a motor. In the event of a slip, the ratchet wheel tends to rotate in the direction of rotation of the driving wheel. The ratchet wheel thus pushes back the pawl into the disengaged position in which the ratchet wheel is not in contact with the pawl. A disk element is arranged between the driving wheel and the ratchet wheel which is held by a spring and comprises a number of toothing which are located on the driving wheel and the ratchet wheel. In addition, a spring biases ac619d1d87


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