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“Iz teh same wit teh flatfaced goggies — teh puggies, and teh bullgoggiess, and teh Boston teryers.”
“An as he skellied intae the white bleeze, a troop o droid surveillance puggies advanced in heelstergowdie formation alang the corridor roof, skited by owre his heid an wi a clatter o mettalic cleuks, skittered awa eastwards doon the shadowy vennel.”
“To think," continued the Scot, "that we should foregather wi 'Goliath amang the heeland hills o' Afriky; an 'him fond o' his dram tae -- Hech, man! look there -- at the puggies.”
“They have to learn to get down and dirty just like the puggies and fight fire with fire.”
“I've been hunting for the words to that song for over a month; it was one of the first things I thought of as the puggies continued their crawl from under various slime-encrusted rocks.”
“Travel is fun but I missed my CSP & puggies! heyshanny: Landed in Charlotte.”
“Another of the dictionary’s illustrative quotations, a Victorian one, uses it like this: ‘I’ve heard talk o’ some missing link, atween men and puggies’ ‘puggie’ was a Scottish dialect word for monkey.”
“The puggies won't mind you, of course, being one of themselves. ”
“You must make up your mind to say good-bye to your mummies -- big puggies and all. ”
“The horses canna follow us here unless they hae the legs an 'airms o' puggies.”
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