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“The summer proceeded; our little farm set up grew by a beautiful hairy cat that looked like a grey-striped tiger.”
“A little grey-striped cat with a taste for the mice in the field next to my parents 'house, who wouldn't allow James the Siamese to sleep in the basket with her and always tried to steal his food.”
“The near-endemic grey-striped francolin (Francolinus griseostriatus) occurs mainly on the escarpment of the Angolan Scarp Savanna and Woodland ecoregion, but its range is very localized and it has been recorded in the Afromontane region.”
“Dark figures gathered around him, no longer identifiable as Gabignaud or Denarnaud, just a forest of black and grey-striped trouser legs, hands encased in thick fur gloves, heavy boots.”
“The monstrous grey-striped tiger shark (GALEOCERDO TIGRINUS) in my experience generally keeps to deep water and hunts singly; but a recent event sets at naught other local observations and at the same time provides graphic proof of the rapacity and hardihood of the species.”
“Above the wainscoting the eye is relieved by silk hangings, of a large grey-striped pattern on white ground, in contrast with which is the rich garnet of a velvet-covered suite of furniture.”
“A full year had gone by; and Mauser, the kitten, had developed into a beautiful full-grown cat and was the mother of five mischievous little ones, grey-striped and very wild, for whom she had made a home in a deep hollow in the trunk of one of the big weeping-willows, the very tree under which "Gentleman Jim" had built his small kitchen of corrugated iron.”
“A murmur ran through the hall as she appeared in her gown of grey-striped dimity, composed and calm -- always calm.”
“By day there came day mosquitoes, creatures of the sunlight and matching it in a way, seeing that they were big grey-striped fellows with keen and strident voices.”
“You may get out my grey-striped flannels "-- here he paused, calculating his costume with careful discrimination, --" and a black-striped negligée shirt; grey socks; russet low shoes; black and white check tie -- broad wings.”
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