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Except for the curious pattern of colouring, it looked like a traditional Welsh sheepdog, muscular and sharp-muzzled, with feathered legs and tail: a smaller version of the collie.
Lorn sees two silent shapes sprawled in the grass-a herder ... and a long-haired sharp-muzzled black herding dog.
In his stead posed a canine smaller than me, gaunt, prick-eared, sharp-muzzled, with a scruffy pelt that we knew was sandy-brown and with eyes that mocked us as they had done a flicker ago.
The sharp-muzzled, keen-eyed animal trotted up and nosed
Hardly had the carriage entered the grounds, when he was set upon by a sheep-dog, bright-eyed, sharp-muzzled, righteously indignant and angry.
Hardly had the carriage entered the grounds, when he was set upon by a sheep-dog, bright - eyed, sharp-muzzled, righteously indignant and angry.
"Never talk of rivalry, bel giovane mio: Bernardo Dovizi is a keen youngster, who will never carry a net out to catch the wind; but he has something of the same sharp-muzzled look as his brother Ser Piero, the weasel that Piero de 'Medici keeps at his beck to slip through small holes for him.
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