Top 10 similar words or synonyms for tales

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for tales

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Tales of Tales Tales of Tales is the second studio album by the Christian power metal band Seventh Avenue. It was released in 1996 on ATM Records.
Dark Tales Dark Tales I (聊齋) originally aired on Jade every weekday evening from 18 March to 5 May 1996, and is produced by Lau Sze-yu and Chou Ling-kang, consisting of 35 episodes. It features six independent stories, adapted from the first ten books of Pu's novel.
Dark Tales Part III (古劍幽靈; "lit." "Ancient Ghost Sword") is adapted from the tale "Chin Sheng-se" (金生色).
Dark Tales Part V (翁婿鬥法; "lit." "Fight of the In-Laws") is adapted from the tale "Chang-ting" (長亭).
Dark Tales Part VI (秋月還陽; "lit." "Chiu-yue Returns from Death") is adapted from the tale "Wu Chiu-yue" (伍秋月).
Dark Tales Dark Tales II (聊齋貳) originally aired on Jade every weekday evening from 9 March to 1 May 1998, and is produced by Lau Sze-yu, consisting of 40 episodes. It features eight independent stories, adapted from the first fifteen books of Pu's novel.
Dark Tales Part I (陸判奇談; "lit." "Interesting Tales of Judge Lu") is adapted from the tale "Judge Lu" (陸判).
Dark Tales Part VII (魅影靈狐; "lit." "Phantom Fox Spirit") is adapted from the tale "Lian Siang" (蓮香).
Swallow Tales Cochise was most well known for guitarist Mick Grabham, who joined British rock band Procol Harum after Cochise dissolved in 1972. The album was released in 1971, and featured several supporting artists including Tim Renwick and Cat Batchelor. The album was released by music label Liberty Records.
Dragon Tales After a tour of the lot of Sony Studios, Wesley Eure created the first treatment of the show, including the initial conception of the two-headed dragon Zak and Wheezie, who were created as "Snarf and Bugger." The series received a massive multi-million dollar grant from the federal government, beating out "The Muppets" and "Sesame Street" for the request. As part of the conditions for the grant, Eure was required to create a companion series for the program, which he titled "Show and Tell Me", based on his own lecture series known as "Anyone Can Write a Book." Though the companion series was never actually created, Eure remains hopeful that it will one day be produced. Eure's name was not included in the initial credits for the series, forcing him to hire an attorney in order to ensure that he received credit.