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dogs

cynophobia.
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I got out and took both dogs with me, while Kadir Buksh made tea.
The dog rose on his hind legs, and stood upright for a full minute.
Bush fella dog no good too much," was Bashti's judgment.
He came as near to being spoiled as is possible for a dog.
there sat the dog with eyes as big as saucers glaring at him.
said the Soldier, and put him on the Witch's apron, took as much copper as his pockets could hold; then he shut the chest, put the dog on it again, and went into the second room.
Henry," said the other, munching with deliberation the beans he was eating, "did you happen to notice the way them dogs kicked up when I was a-feedin' 'em?
We've got six dogs," the other reiterated dispassionately.
The dogs in the passage snored and whined in their sleep, the boy-baby in Amoraq's deep fur hood kicked and choked and gurgled, and the mother of the newly-named puppy lay at Kotuko's side, her eyes fixed on the bundle of sealskin, warm and safe above the broad yellow flame of the lamp.
That was why he made, in odd moments of off-duty, turtle-shell combs and hair ornaments for profit, and was prettily crooked in such a matter as stealing another man's dog.
They growled and barked like detestable dogs, mewed, and flapped their arms and crowed.
The stars came out, very near and sharp and bright, and by their light dogs and men still kept the trail.