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  • Exchange or the race track is the man with the "Wienerwurst" privilege.

    Dollars and Sense

  • With the Big Arms, and all the children waved their hands to Marmaduke and he waved back, then hurried ahead, Wienerwurst trotting alongside, to catch up with the boy who was driving the mules.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Brownie and Wienerwurst raced from the pond, each one to see what all the hullabaloo was about.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • It was funny, but it had been prepared by little Wienerwurst.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Wienerwurst ran after the rabbit, but his master didn't stop to chase

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • He tried to grab hold of them, but he fell, and Wienerwurst after him, right plump among the pigtails, landing on the three Chinamen way down in the hole, and knocking them flat on their backs until their feet with the funny black slippers kicked in the air.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Wienerwurst, who had crept up behind him, thought his master was playing some game, and jumped up at his outstretched fingers.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Pink Pigeons, who were very tame, were trying to get in his pockets for more of the feast; and Rover and Brownie and Wienerwurst were jumping up and trying to lick his face; and his grand speech turned out something like this:

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Wienerwurst, his little doggie, trying to swim around in a terrible flood.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Wienerwurst was really Reddy's enemy, for all dogs like to chase foxes whenever they get the chance.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

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