“And that's the thing -- partly a review, partly an overview, partly a pushmi-pullyu -- that is now available both in the print edition and via the website as a PDF, as are all the articles.”
“So the monkeys traveled back with the pushmi-pullyu.”
“First he went traveling through the land with the pushmi-pullyu in a gipsy-wagon, stopping at all the country-fairs.”
“Poor Gub-Gub was dreadfully frightened; and the pushmi-pullyu began to sharpen his horns for a fight by rubbing them on the mast of the ship; while Jip kept springing into the air and barking and calling Ben Ali bad names in dog-language.”
“And the pushmi-pullyu would stay inside the wagon, while the other animals would lie about underneath.”
“And after they had gone a good many miles, one of them found peculiar footprints near the edge of a river; and they knew that a pushmi-pullyu must be very near that spot.”
“Then the pushmi-pullyu, the white mouse, Gub-Gub, Dab-Dab, Jip and the owl, Too-Too, went on to the ship with the Doctor.”
“Yes, I'll go," said the pushmi-pullyu who saw at once, from the”
“But you could not do this with the pushmi-pullyu -- because, no matter which way you came towards him, he was always facing you.”
“And the pushmi-pullyu took the little boy on his back and gave him a ride round the dining-room table; while all the other animals followed behind, beating the dish-covers with spoons, pretending it was a parade.”
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A list of terms for things with many heads, including animal monsters, plants, human and animal chimera, mythical beings, &c., including the terms to describe them.
a large light-coloured antelope with curled horns. L. from an African word quoted by Pliny.
any one of a group of hollow-horned...
denizens of the imagination (non-human, mostly).
an offshoot of animalia
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