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  • Unless you were after proof that there are mangy-looking dogs and foxes running around the Antipodes, in which case – well, make your own judgement.

    Brian Ruckley · MPoaF: The Cryptozoological Edition

  • A mangy-looking, flop-eared mutt named Newton who got run over by a car on West Cliff Drive.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • But that was, oh, maybe five years ago—before that mangy-looking dog bit him.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • The lion was mangy-looking, with ribs showing, and a tattered mane.

    The Last Afghan: Dark Dog of Death

  • In my imagination, my own demons are more feline in nature - less a black dog than an elderly and rather mangy-looking black cat.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • We tramped along dimly-lit streets, deserted save for the occasional sleeping beggar and the odd mangy-looking dog.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The mangy-looking fur cap, the broken ornaments on the ragged Circassian dress, the dagger in the cracked sheath, the swollen, but still rosy face, the dishevelled, but still thick crop of hair ....

    A Desperate Character

  • It turned out to be wadded, with a mangy-looking fur trimming, and a broken cardboard peak.

    Punin and Baburin

  • Annie said he was the most divine creature she had ever seen, and Donal said he thought he was a mangy-looking bloke with eyes that were far too small for his head.

    The Right Fit

  • The loss of the mangy-looking dog was more than Heath could stand.

    Hard Truth

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