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In English folklore, the grant is a creature that looks like a yearling foal with sparkling eyes. He prances about the streets of a village at midnight day or sundown, often capering on his hind legs. All the dogs run after him. His presence is a warning of danger, and those who see him are sure that their houses will catch on fire, or some mis fortune will occur.

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