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- n. Plural form of dog.
- n. a greyhound racing event.
- n. Fasteners securing a watertight hatch.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dog.
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And my mother dislikes dogs intensely -- she's afraid of them, except those horrible little toy-things that aren't _dogs_ any more. "
Mexican hot dogs (also called Tijuana hot dogs or Sonoran hot dogs_ I knew I had to make them.
It was when she heard the word dogs that she sat up straighter.
Now the first ever study to report that human yawns induce yawning in dogs is published today in the journal Biology Letters by a team led by Dr Atsushi Senju of Birkbeck College, University of London.
The word dogs was commonly used of Gentiles, which the Roman soldiers were; “evil men” referred to the oppressing Jews.
The area of the olfactory epithelium (red) in dogs is some forty times larger than in humans.
For example, the area of the olfactory epithelium in dogs is some forty times larger than in humans.
Other "rescuing" behavior in dogs is an even simpler matter.
The Mohammedans still apply the term dogs to Christians, and Christians and Jews to each other.
Thus the term dogs appears often as the reflection of a passionate and deep-seated hatred, apart altogether from the animal's uncleanness, and also from the animal itself.
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