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1. He is only a dog.
2. You will be a dog.
3. Not a dog, or cat.
4. But he was a dog.
5. The dog was a freak.
6. Like ticks on a dog.
7. Bit of a dog really.

8. Oh, yeah, you a dog.
9. The hair of the dog.
10. The damn dog was a.
11. The dog felt it too.
12. The one you call Dog.
13. Hey, the dog is fast.
14. He looked at the dog.
15. I brought the dog in.
16. I will follow the dog.
17. It snarled like a dog.
18. I mean, this dog was.
19. Curse seems to dog it.
20. Your dog will hate it.
21. Then give your dog a.
22. A Wookie in a dog suit.
23. Almost Shot the Dog, a.
24. The one with the dog.
25. He was one thirsty dog.
26. This dog is good with.
27. Sam has a cat and a dog.
28. The huge dog was hav-.
29. The dog that had been.
30. Same with his dog food.
31. This dog has a strong.
32. Try it on the dog first.
33. He was such a lucky dog.
34. The dog was on the couch.
35. With his puppy dog eyes.
36. Just the one dog though.
37. This dog worked in icy.
38. The dog wagged his tail.
39. It was not a dog at all.
40. There was a dog in the.
41. They were the only dog.
42. The hot dog sat on a log.
43. What kind of dog is it?
44. Course she's only a dog.
45. This dog was put on.
46. With your dog in a stand.
47. We need a dog license.
48. An old dog, nothing more.
49. Either the other dog or.
50. Meyer hot dog brand on it.
51. Our dog died last year.
52. The dog stood up and left.
53. I was visiting my dog.
54. The dog door slapped shut.
55. This may put the dog on.
56. He was a dog man himself.
57. This dog was moulded by.
58. This is a good family dog.
59. I reminded her of her dog.
60. My old dog use to like it.
61. Could this dog be wrong?
62. The Dog ran under a chair.
63. A dog that should be dead.
64. When he is alone the dog.
65. I could hear Dog laughing.
66. Is your master a dog?
67. She'd hear as a dog heard.
68. The hot dog sat on the log.
69. Please copy, Sea Dog Four.
70. The big dog sat in the mud.
71. But give a dog a bad name.
72. Not me, said the dog.
73. And my dog was real quiet.
74. His dog body ached to run.
75. The second dog was smarter.
76. Me, too, said Red Dog.
77. He was a dog after all, a.
78. Smith woke to a dog barking.
79. His big dog was beside him.
80. The dog is ________the bed.
81. This lab is one wonder dog.
82. Top dog, he likes to think.
83. It is the national dog of.
84. This she dog has been seen.
85. Christmas's dog in the book.
86. Sohrab was petting the dog.
87. Will my dog eat the herbs?
88. Is it call the ‘The Dog.
89. The dog barked in approval.
90. A dog is an aware organism.
91. The dog is always with him.
92. One solid bite by the dog.
93. So he calls the old dog over.
94. But the dog went on barking.
95. Okay, the Big Dog motorcycle.
96. He dearly loved the big dog.
97. His dog was all he had left.
98. We found a large dog though.
99. Thomas was like a puppy dog.
100. Watch it, said the dog.
1. Hearing booted feet dogging my steps, I span about in alarm.
2. He sometimes thought that Svidrigailov was dogging his footsteps.
3. He sometimes thought that Svidrigaïlov was dogging his footsteps.
4. He knew that they had no clue about the danger that was dogging their every step.
5. Where are you going now? she asked, hesitating but still dogging my footsteps.
6. Sheba followed him from table top to cupboards, dogging his side every time he moved.
7. He did; and then it seemed to me that he was dogging us, but with what intent I could not for the life of me imagine.
8. He'd done little of it before, and hesitated to make a botch, but Carl accused Trask of dogging it as payback for his insults.
9. I was resolved to satisfy myself whether this ragged Elijah was really dogging us or not, and with that intent crossed the way with Queequeg, and on that side of it retraced our steps.
10. George went into the storeroom of the shop through the back hallway, his son dogging his steps, and returned with a bundle of two foot staves which he stacked on the floor of the new room.
11. Despite the fact Kara knew he was anxious to return to his new wife in Banswell, Berndt insisted on staying at Abery, dogging her every footstep as she battled to come to terms with the fact of JJ’s presence in the house.
12. In the homely Alpine villages or in the lonely mountain passes, I could tell by his quick glancing eyes and his sharp scrutiny of every face that passed us, that he was well convinced that, walk where we would, we could not walk ourselves clear of the danger which was dogging our footsteps.
13. I had a shrewd suspicion that Bridget was always dogging my footsteps, and once or twice I surprised a flitting figure disappearing round the piazza when Captain Holford walked home with me, but as she never ventured to remonstrate openly, I did not suppose she would presume to write about me to mamma.
1. But easygoing Ned turned dogged.
2. It had that dogged look about it.
3. The most dogged ones are always rewarded.
4. He wasn’t his best tail but he was dogged.
5. She moved aside her mouth to ask, dogged and low:.
6. A dogged belief in consistency obscures one's vísion.
7. Frustration dogged a tired Rudolph as his phone went silent.
8. Margolis dogged Colin’s footsteps as Colin approached their group.
9. As dogged as a matador trailing a wounded thunder-titan, he followed.
10. But his acute nervousness and lack of self-confidence dogged him constantly.
11. They dogged and tried to encompass the boys and turn them into leaf monsters.
12. But smart and dogged could only help you so much when you didn’t have a clue.
13. Clutching his weapons, he aped down the hidden ivy rungs and dogged the wet grass.
14. Dogged by the reoccurring nightmare & blanked out with an a letchard inc odyssey.
15. If she climbed down from the buggy, he climbed after her and dogged her footsteps.
16. To this day, the FBI and COINTELPRO are dogged by accusations they assassinated Dr.
17. If he dogged her, she would react and probably lead him into the heart of the story.
18. A silence of dogged determination slowly descended over the group as they struggled on.
19. Despite their lack of progress, his dogged persistence with the case was proof of that.
20. And why should she go about stirring people up and forcing them to be dogged by luggage carts?
21. The sun had finally broken free of the dogged clouds and filtered down through the trees above him.
22. In addition, reforms during the 1990s have removed any lingering stigma that once dogged the Nasdaq.
23. But this I do know, that it is very difficult to display a dogged devotion to a mere spirit, however great.
24. In the end V dogged me so this whole saga was a waste of my energy but at the time I thought he was a good mate.
25. But his grit and dogged pertinacity carried him safely through various adventures at sea and in Central Africa.
26. Fuelled by the drink I couldnt help myself and I took some shots at the AFP and the so called mate that dogged me.
27. Law enforcement and political leaders dogged one another, each pointing fingers, demanding the other do something–.
28. They seemed to be waiting for something with a dogged determination, and they looked at the Jury, but at nothing else.
29. Alfred Weinstein, who had infected the Bird with dysentery at Mitsushima, was dogged by urges to scavenge in garbage cans.
30. Maybe it was this dogged determination to prove himself that made Shah the ideal person to take on the tough UP challenge.
31. No wonder that in Lydgate's energetic nature the sense of a hopeless misconstruction easily turned into a dogged resistance.
32. German bullets dogged our footsteps there and we could hear the swish of them as they cut a swathe through the grass behind us.
33. He could see her point, but that did nothing to assuage the guilt that had dogged him since his encounter with April and Roy McKennon.
34. Ducking his six-six frame through the metal cabin hatch, McKee dogged it closed and headed down the short flight of stairs to the deck.
35. With each one completed, his ability as a leader shone through, not to mention his dogged determination and sheer refusal to be beaten.
36. Sig’s persistent barking—not to mention his dogged attempts to back down a big brown bull that was seeking shelter from the flies—.
37. They kindled him and made him glow to his work, whereas his mother's influence was to make him quietly determined, patient, dogged, unwearied.
38. There he was dogged by his confederate, who held Beppo responsible for the loss of the pearl, and he stabbed him in the scuffle which followed.
39. His heart beat faster and he couldn’t help but wonder at how natural the cane felt to him now, and in spite of the pain that still dogged him.
40. Feet firmly and resolutely planted, she waited, her hands deep in her lumpy tweed pockets, her mouth cool, as the dumb volunteers dogged it to the stage.
41. His mood transmuted itself into a dogged indifference till at length he fancied he was looking on his own existence with the passive interest of an outsider.
42. I think that through the cloudiness of his insanity he saw some antagonism in me, for he at once fell back on the last refuge of such as he, a dogged silence.
43. The one thing he was sure of is that all the voices that had dogged him since his tragedy had stopped from the very first night he had taken his new identity.
44. By the end of the line, I knew how The Specials should sound, and Jerry’s dogged pursuit of his ideals and the improbable chemistry of the lineup did the rest.
45. It has been suggested also to me that the impalpable constraint is put upon the nature of a seaman by the Spirit of the Sea, which he serves with a dumb and dogged devotion.
46. Still, as he noticed her hand grasp the hilt of her blade as it lay on the ground, and hold it across her lap, he realized he could learn to respect her for her dogged spirit.
47. I dogged it on through La Fayette and Morgan City and came in the early dawn to Houma, which is pronounced Homer and is in my memory one of the pleasantest places in the world.
48. I dogged 'em to the widder's stile, and stood in the dark and heard the ragged one beg for the widder, and the Spaniard swear he'd spile her looks just as I told you and your two—.
49. You dogged her and followed her and made her life a misery to her in order to induce her to abandon the husband whom she loved and respected in order to fly with you, whom she feared and hated.
50. You dogged her and followed her and made her life a misery to her, in order to induce her to abandon the husband whom she loved and respected in order to fly with you, whom she feared and hated.
51. The party was still going on now, long after the booze had gone and someone had spilt wine all over the record player, with those dogged dancers still going out of little more than monkish habit.
52. His Appetites were endless and insatiable, albeit carried out in an Atmosphere of dogged Determination in lieu of enthusiastick Ecstacy—which I fear, is oft’ the case with perverse Lusts such as his.
53. Regardless of the methods employed, however, the idea-generation process typically reflects the same abiding curiosity and dogged pursuit of information seen in the research and analysis efforts that follow.
54. It hurt the boy keenly, this feeling about her that she had never had her life's fulfilment: and his own incapability to make up to her hurt him with a sense of impotence, yet made him patiently dogged inside.
55. They’d never been trained in the movement and fire tactics the ICA routinely employed, but sheer, dogged stubbornness prevented their retreat from turning into a rout, despite the confusion, chaos, and casualties.
56. Catherine, by instinct, must have divined it was obdurate perversity, and not dislike, that prompted this dogged conduct; for, after remaining an instant undecided, she stooped and impressed on his cheek a gentle kiss.
57. But I felt myself so unequal to the performance that I gave it up, and stood looking at Miss Havisham in what I suppose she took for a dogged manner, inasmuch as she said, when we had taken a good look at each other,—.
58. All, but those few, not only accepted the quirky little family but enjoyed their company and respected their accomplishments as peers in the common struggle with the elemental forces: time and nature, which dogged all of humanity alike.
59. Dogged by projections of the battered coastline, the boardwalk swept away, a majestic roller coaster bobbing in the waves like the skeleton of a whale, more woeful than the carcass of Moby Dick, containing the joyrides of generations of risk takers.
60. The great comfort about relatives is that though they may make what assertions they like you need not and do not believe them; and it was Fate and nothing but Fate that had dogged me malevolently all round Rügen and joined me here at Arkona once more to Mrs.
61. I have felt that before dying (and I am dying, however much fatter I may appear to you), I must absolutely make a fool of, at least, one of that class of men which has dogged me all my life, which I hate so cordially, and which is so prominently represented by your much esteemed brother.
62. The perspiration with which he was drenched cooled him, while the sun, that burned his back, his head, and his arms, bare to the elbow, gave a vigor and dogged energy to his labor; and more and more often now came those moments of unconsciousness, when it was possible not to think what one was doing.
63. What awakens the seaman's sense of duty, what lays that impalpable constraint upon the strength of his manliness, what commands his not always dumb if always dogged devotion, is not the spirit of the sea but something that in his eyes has a body, a character, a fascination, and almost a soul--it is his ship.
64. Not only did he guess it by the fact that the second finger of her right hand was no longer inky, but she spent her evenings downstairs now, was met no more among newspaper offices, and studied with a dogged patience, which assured him that she was bent on occupying her mind with something useful, if not pleasant.
65. On the ground the shape seemed almost frail, as though it could not carry the burden of terror that forever dogged its tracks, but as Lucy moved closer, as the figure gathered its limbs together and began to unbend, began to straighten and stand, she saw with horror that he, for it must be masculine, was tall and thick set and lithe, as if he were a wolf or a hunting cat.
66. He pressed resolutely forward, still without haste, but with dogged fixity of purpose; but the Mole, now thoroughly alarmed, placed himself in front of him, and looking into his eyes saw that they were glazed and set and turned a streaked and shifting grey—not his friend's eyes, but the eyes of some other animal! Grappling with him strongly he dragged him inside, threw him down, and held him.
67. He talked to her endlessly about his love of horizontals: how they, the great levels of sky and land in Lincolnshire, meant to him the eternality of the will, just as the bowed Norman arches of the church, repeating themselves, meant the dogged leaping forward of the persistent human soul, on and on, nobody knows where; in contradiction to the perpendicular lines and to the Gothic arch, which, he said, leapt up at heaven and touched the ecstasy and lost itself in the divine.
68. Why, then, had he come hither? Was it but the mockery of penitence? A mockery, indeed, but in which his soul trifled with itself! A mockery at which angels blushed and wept, while fiends rejoiced, with jeering laughter! He had been driven hither by the impulse of that Remorse which dogged him everywhere, and whose own sister and closely linked companion was that Cowardice which invariably drew him back, with her tremulous gripe, just when the other impulse had hurried him to the verge of a disclosure.
69. Was it some sort of electrical discharge? Was I approaching some natural phenomenon still unknown to scientists on shore? Or, rather (and this thought did cross my mind), had the hand of man intervened in that blaze? Had human beings fanned those flames? In these deep strata would I meet up with more of Captain Nemo's companions, friends he was about to visit who led lives as strange as his own? Would I find a whole colony of exiles down here, men tired of the world's woes, men who had sought and found independence in the ocean's lower depths? All these insane, inadmissible ideas dogged me, and in this frame of mind, continually excited by the series of wonders passing before my.
70. One had for a stay with Judith to have clothes, and she had no clothes; at least, none newer than eight years old--her immense unworn trousseau dogged her through the years--for Judith gave many parties at the Master's Lodge, brilliant gatherings, her mother called them in her rare letters, where London, come down on purpose and expressed in Prime and other ministers as well as in the fine flower of the aristocracy and a few selected fragrances from the world of literature and art--once her mother wrote that Ingram, the great painter, had been at the last party, and was so much enslaved by Judith's loveliness that he had asked as a favour to be allowed to paint her--sat at Judith's feet.
1. I relied on the dogs.
2. THE DOGS AND THE COOK.
3. Who Let the Dogs Out?
4. The dogs work in shifts.
5. Cats and dogs are the.
6. Let me secure the dogs.
7. Oh, to keep off dogs.
8. The dogs sniffed the air.
9. More dogs, men and rats.
10. Dogs were also used as.
11. They had dogs with them.
12. Dogs with heart or lung.
13. Dogs of the Dow, 6.
14. We register dogs as well.
15. No dogs allowed in here.
16. Dogs only have about ten.
17. These are not stupid dogs.
18. He had forgotten the dogs.
19. And wild dogs do hunt in.
20. The dogs had not returned.
21. John called his dogs again.
22. Some had actual stray dogs.
23. No more than two dogs may.
24. They are not as other dogs.
25. It’s the dogs who should.
26. Every day I see stray dogs.
27. He doesn’t sell hot dogs.
28. Millions of cats and dogs.
29. It's the dogs who complain.
30. The other dogs were killed.
31. Old men's dogs usually are.
32. Suddenly the dogs were quiet.
33. The dogs slunk further away.
34. Even the cats and dogs eat.
35. The second thing is the dogs.
36. These dogs can’t handle it.
37. Horses or dogs, for instance.
38. As for the guard dogs, I've.
39. These are mad dogs, Legate.
40. Then his dogs started barking.
41. Old dogs get aches and pains.
42. Zayn’s dogs tore him apart.
43. The other dogs stayed still.
44. Set the dogs on the Chinamen.
45. All the dogs needed someone.
46. I guessed the old dogs were.
47. My dogs look better than you.
48. We had dogs and we were armed.
49. Dogs can sense fear in others.
50. Otter-like dogs were used in.
51. These dogs could have rabies.
52. The dogs are heading this way.
53. The rock dogs took off running.
54. Dogs are known to have a high.
55. Dogs at War Greyhound Action.
56. Others preferred dogs and cats.
57. I loved those dogs, but they.
58. There was no figuring dogs out.
59. Little dogs ran here and there.
60. The blooming dogs are too loud.
61. The dogs whined as she went by.
62. Learned it from the other dogs.
63. Lovely dogs, said the lad.
64. His best friend, for dogs and.
65. Think about it: adult dogs do.
66. Dogs wet mops in their kennels.
67. Which Dogs are Most Aggressive.
68. They fought like cats and dogs.
69. Mostly the dogs are city pets.
70. There was only one of the dogs.
71. Two heard music and baying dogs.
72. The result: The number of dogs.
73. Maybe poison the dogs one night.
74. Leaving the dogs outside, they.
75. Ah, he was sparring with dogs.
76. That’s why dogs can’t speak.
77. Immediately, the dogs are quiet.
78. What about dogs? Rapp said.
79. The dogs tremble in their stances.
80. I trained my dogs in these woods.
81. Daniel grinned, 2 dogs you say.
82. Furthermore, dogs and cats fear.
83. And do you have dogs now?
84. Me first, then both dogs followed.
85. I’ve seen dogs that can do that.
86. The Dogs List of Shares to Watch.
87. These dogs were originally bred.
88. Suddenly they heard dogs barking.
89. The pack of dogs charged at them.
90. Nothing for the dogs or the birds.
91. WHEN IT’S SNOWING CATS AND DOGS.
92. This is a hard trick for most dogs.
93. No dogs had come out to yellow it.
94. I decided on for seeing eye dogs.
95. I hope he can control his dogs.
96. You need dogs and things, there.
97. I also have this thing about dogs.
98. And among dogs, you have breeds;.
99. Small dogs tend to spook horses.
100. Joseph said he’d feed the dogs.

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