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  • I saw the Russian, Ivan, who thrust out my father's eyes, lay the lash of his dog-whip upon thee and beat thee like a dog.

    NEGORE, THE COWARD

  • They heard the eager whining of dogs, the snap of a dog-whip, and the voice of Daylight crying encouragement as the weary animals capped all they had done by dragging the sled in over the wooden floor.

    Chapter VI

  • The door was flung open, and a man, clad in the scarlet tunic of the Northwest Police, waded knee-deep among the furious brutes, calmly and impartially dispensing soothing justice with the butt end of a dog-whip.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • It will be a great day, for the Russians will be killed, the land will be made clean, and Ivan, even Ivan who thrust out my father's eyes and laid the lash of his dog-whip upon thee, will be killed.

    NEGORE, THE COWARD

  • But he was quick to his feet, and the night might have turned out differently had not Sipsu struck backward with the long dog-whip and smitten him a blinding blow across the eyes.

    WHERE THE TRAIL FORKS

  • A vague tradition of the sea seemed to cling about him, as he swung down the narrow trail in advance of the dogs; and he brought the butt of his dog-whip against Malemute Kid's door as a Norse sea rover, on southern foray, might thunder for admittance at the castle gate.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • The door was flung open, and a man, clad in the scarlet tunic of the Northwest Police, waded knee-deep among the furious brutes, calmly and impartially dispensing soothing justice with the butt end of a dog-whip.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • A vague tradition of the sea seemed to cling about him, as he swung down the narrow trail in advance of the dogs; and he brought the butt of his dog-whip against Malemute Kid's door as a Norse sea rover, on southern foray, might thunder for admittance at the castle gate.

    An Odyssey of the North

  • And there was Yakaga awaiting him, too, grinning at him even now in anticipation -- Yakaga, whom only last week he had kicked out of the fort, and upon whose face he had laid the lash of his dog-whip.

    Lost Face

  • With one hand pressed spasmodically against her breast and the other as tightly gripped about the dog-whip, she was as turned to stone.

    The Sun of the Wolf

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