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  • The little dog got his head out this time and said "Bow-wow!" so loudly that it made Dorothy jump.

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  • "Bow-wow!" said Toto, and ran away at a mad gallop to chase a bumble-bee.

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  • "Bow-wow!" he said, and Betsy knew at once that meant yes, as well as Dorothy and Ozma knew it, for there was no mistaking the tone of Toto's voice.

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  • "There's a Yellow Hen here, and she can talk, and so can her chickens; and there's a Pink Kitten upstairs in my room who talks very nicely; but I've a little fuzzy black dog, named Toto, who has been with me in Oz a long time, and he's never said a single word but 'Bow-wow!'"

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  • "Really, I don't know what to do," muttered the shaggy man, gazing hard at Toto; and the little dog wagged his tail and said "Bow-wow!" just as if he could not tell, either, what to do.

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  • Bow-wow on getting young voters in the booth on the most politics in the morning.

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  • She had been looking for someone to mind the furry guests staying at her “Club Bow-wow” and Pops had always had a knack with animals.

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  • She had been looking for someone to mind the furry guests staying at her “Club Bow-wow” and Pops had always had a knack with animals.

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  • If non-English productions pronounce "Bow-wow" as present-day English pronounces it, this requires "cock-a-diddle-dow" to end with that same /ow/ vowel: not acceptable to a modern audience nurtured on "cock-a-doodle-doo" and almost comically remote from the sound of a rooster's actual cry.

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  • The Mont people really have had enough of Bow-wow and his unsavoury antics.

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