sen pituinen se

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sen pituinen se

  1. (idiomatic) The very last sentence of many fairy tales and other stories. This comes after any happily ever after-type sentences. Literally the phrase translates to: "That's the length of it". It might be translated into English as: "That's all there is to tell".
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