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Iggy went yip-yip-yip, that high-pitched bark that annoyed all the neighbors, except for us, of course.
He saw me, too, and started barking, a screechy yip-yip-yip that didnt stop.
Bernie ignored him, approached the woman, but I missed whatever he said, because at that moment I heard a yip-yip-yip that reminded me of Iggy.
Then she let out her yip-yip-yip war cry, something she did on special occasions.
Out came her booming laugh and her yip-yip-yip war cry, and Al shook his head.
Palin was often condescending and on the pit-bull attack but came off of more like a yipping Pomeranian, repeating the same barking cadence, over and over, yip-yip-yip ... yip-yip-yip ... yip-yip-yip; none / 1)