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Throughout the meal, the sleepy-eyed god kept testing the air, more like a hare than a goat, until at last Alobar inquired what he might be sniffing.
Lest anyone miss the point, the mermaid was flanked with the letters MR. Beneath her was a hare the family crest of the Hepburns, with the letters of JH for James Hepburn surrounded by a bristling circle of swords.
From time to time he might carry a gun to scare the rooks out of Lucille's orchard or to take a hare for the pot, but he had long abandoned the big sword to its decorative place over the fireplace in the chateau's hall, where Sharpe had hoped it would stay forever.
So homeward, in my way buying a hare and taking it home, which arose upon my discourse to-day with Mr. Batten, in Westminster Hall, who showed me my mistake that my hare's foote hath not the joynt to it; and assures me he never had his cholique since he carried it about him: and it is a strange thing how fancy works, for I no sooner almost handled his foote but my belly began to be loose and to break wind, and whereas I was in some pain yesterday and t'other day and in fear of more to-day, I became very well, and so continue.
Quietly, he slunk through the woods, keeping downwind, scaring up thrushes and a hare that hopped quickly out of sight.
The curious swaying, zigzagging habit of the trees in Ash Dome is like the tentative, tangential progress of a hare down a lane, reminiscent of Ted Hughes’s line in The Warm and the Cold’: The hare strays down the highway like a root going deeper.’