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“A dorg is a very devoted animal, and should not be taxed, as its master often is, by its various eccentricities -- when it makes off with his dinner, for instance, or leaves dental impressions on the meat in the pantry.”
“Didn't we lead a 'dorg's loife for two poun'ten a month?”
“LinkIf you don't like the dumplings, say "Car do far dorg et.”
“‘Yes; there was an oldish, very quiet, but determined-like man — he had a stunnin’ dorg with him — and a young man something like this gentleman — I mean the prisoner.”
“Whar dey lands 'tween dar an 'de din'-room don't nobody know but dat yaller dorg.”
“I noticed, however, that this dorg of mine was mostly fond of the smaller fry, attacking them most vigorously, and barking from the door-steps at the larger.”
“I once had a dorgy (diminutive of dorg, _alias_ puppy,) which was very fond of me, especially when I gave it something nice -- which is nothing but human nature in the third degree.”
“I could not get it to catch mice; it seemed to think them third cousins, or something of the kind, and was very fond of playing with them; while, on the other hand, I had a large dorg which we kept by us when we took grain from the rick -- I think he managed about 30 per minute.”
“I once tried my small dorg at the swimming business, by throwing him into a shallow pond.”
“As this is the time I and my dorg go visiting, I must jerk up the machine for the present.”
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