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- interj. The first beat of a 4/4 military cadence, commanding either the lead-off step in a march or some other action.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Middle English forms of hip.
- n. Middle English forms of hip.
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He see a hofficier all bloodiness and he call hup: 'Es-tu gentiment?' he say.
The "hup" was rather an exclamation of necessity than of delight inasmuch as that it was caused by Davie coming suddenly down flat on the ice in the act of vainly attempting to go leap-frog over Mivins's head.
The "hup" was rather an exclamation of necessity than of delight, inasmuch as that it was caused by Davie coming suddenly down flat on the ice in the act of vainly attempting to go leap-frog over Mivins's head.
Of course, he abused the duke's place, and said he had been obliged to give him 'hup' at last, 'bein' quite an unpossible man to live with; indeed, his only wonder was, that he had been able to put hup with him so long. '
The thing Billy Connelly refers to, that when you bend down, you make that silly little noise that sounds like a rasping 'hup'.
"I was meditating," said Mr. Brimberly, busied with the bottles and glasses, "I was cogitating calling hup Mr. Jenkins, the Stanways 'butler across the way.
The muse answered as she is wont to do in situations which call for an artist's hup two ...
But if you mean Marina Hyde, then hup! hup! indeed.
With simple repetion the DIY can teach each piece in that order (the order I used) then over time put it with heel and hup and you have a conditioned retrieve.
It takes about 2 months for hup and heel the rest in the training method I use depends on whether the dog will bring the bird or not.
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