GROWL


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GROWLGrassroots Organizing for Welfare Leadership
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Prince dropped on his paws and began to growl like a mastiff, while the visitor apologized, saying that he could not possibly come in thus attired, but he begged Lena to lend him some safety pins.
Jip, who was lying near taking a nap in the sun, began to growl and talk in his sleep.
There was a threatening growl, a commanding exclamation, and an unaccountable pause, at the expiration of which she found herself supine on the sward, with her parasol between her eyes and the sun.
If everybody minded their own business,' the Duchess said in a hoarse growl, `the world would go round a deal faster than it does.
A murmur of amazement swept through the Foresters, and then a growl of rage.
To these questions and several others which the two friends alternately addressed to her, she answered only with guttural sounds that seemed more like the growl of an animal than the voice of a human being.
As the lad rose to meet him Condon heard a low growl at his back, then he felt his wrists seized by the boy, and realized that beneath those tapering, white fingers played muscles of steel.
By ten o'clock, when the shops were closed the by-street was very solitary and, in spite of the low growl of London from all round, very silent.
But, lor' love yer `art, now that the old `ooman has stuck a chunk of her tea-cake in me, an' rinsed me out with her bloomin' old teapot, and I've lit hup, you may scratch my ears for all you're worth, and won't even get a growl out of me.
As for Captain Speedy, he continued to howl and growl in his cabin; and Passepartout, whose duty it was to carry him his meals, courageous as he was, took the greatest precautions.
Then the noise overhead began again, a snarling growl and the voice of a human being together.
Come here, Monsieur Captain," said he, "come here, that I may growl at you.