- Latin rufus ("red"). (Wiktionary)
“But I cling to these, written by my friend Connie, who knew him well: "I know in my heart that Rufus is where there are lots of children to play with, where the ground is down and the sky is up, and thunder is just a blip in the memory.”
“And Rufus is passive to the extreme: When a neighbor dog attacked his flank a few months earlier, Rufus didn't even snarl at her.”
“Thanks to acupuncture, water therapy, patience and persistence, Rufus is no longer paralyzed from the shoulders back.”
“Rufus is an 85-pounder, so hauling him up and down the porch steps and propping him up to do his business had to end as fast as possible.”
“I'll definitely do a piece from my new opera, Prima Donna, in French," Rufus told me.”
“LAMB: And you say they called Rufus King ` Aunt Fancy '?”
“(By the way, they don't know him by the name Rufus - just refer to him as the dog in the run next to Spikey at SEAACA)”
“Rufus" -- again came the tense whisper -- "how do you know that?”
“– was the strong and somewhat bitter thought in Rufus's mind.”
“Their work with Sam and Dave, Carla Thomas, and her dad Rufus is justifiably famous, but they could even spin gold with lesser-known 45s like Jeanne & The Darlings’ “How Can You Mistreat The One You Love” from 1967.”
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Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
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