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- proper n. depression
What was more, said that amazing man, he did not intend to relinquish supervision of sewers and water supply after he stepped down from office; as long as he lived, Marcus Agrippa would be hunched like a black dog outside the premises of the water companies and the drainage companies, which for far too long had tyrannized over Rome.
Myron sat next to him and whispered, "The white rabbit turns yellow when the black dog urinates on him."
A little black dog with bright brown eyes dashed out of the farm-house and ran madly toward the shaggy man, who had already picked up three apples and put them in one of the big wide pockets of his shaggy coat.
He changed into a wolf, and the other one changed into a dog—a big black dog I had seen before, Mother Bess, and taken for the grim.
I fumble frantically for the door handle, but before I have time to dive back into the safety of the van, the biggest of the group—a giant black dog that is definitely not a member of the American Kennel Association—takes a running leap and knocks me flat on my back in the dirt.