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“It captures a large-tailed fancy goldfish as he swims between swaying fronds.”
“He had changed his garb of ceremony and servitude; he wore grey now, one of those stomach-exposing, large-tailed coats which lend even to the straightest man the appearance of being bandy-legged; and upon his feet were a pair of tried and proven cloth boots.”
“For the dreaded Ba-gcatya at home were a quiet and pastoral race -- owning extensive herds of cattle -- also goats and a strange kind of large-tailed sheep -- though, true to their origin, horned cattle formed the staple of their possessions, and the land around the king's great palace was dappled with grazing stock, and the air was musical with the singing of women hoeing the millet and maize gardens.”
“The sheep are the large-tailed variety, and generally of a black colour.”
“However, large-tailed dogs, including German shepherds and collies, have no difficulty figuring out how to avoid hygiene problems.”
“(an antiquarian would doubtless have evolved the history of four great nations from it), watched a flock of large-tailed sheep and black goats, and blew into his flageolet, drawing from it, not music, only sounds without measure or rhythm, which the wind carried down the valley, causing the sheep-dog to rise up from the rock on which he was lying and to howl dismally.”
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