DOG


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DOGDiario Oficial de Galicia (Official Bulletin for Galicia Spain)
DOGDeutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft (Heidelberg, Germany)
DOGDepartment Of Geography
DOGDeutsche Olympische Gesellschaft (German Olympic Society)
DOGDifference of Gaussians (filter)
DOGDutch Oven Gathering
DOGDaily Oral Geography (education)
DOGDigitally Originated Graphic
DOGDog Opportunity Group (dog park proponents)
DOGDisciples of Gaming (gaming clan)
DOGDivision Officer's Guide
DOGDeath or Glory
DOGDepend on God
DOGDeployable Operations Group (USCG)
DOGDance Off Gracefully
DOGDetroiters Out to Get John Engler
DOGDigital Operations Guide
DOGDrop Out Generator
DOGDrop On Ground - Telephone
DoGDads of Gaming (forum)
DOGDelay of Gratification
DOG2-Deoxy-D-Glucose
DOGDelusions of Grandeur
DOGDepartment of Oil and Gas
DOGDigital Onscreen Graphic
DOGDaughters Of Godiva (interactive novel)
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said the Soldier and saluted, for he had never seen a dog like this before.
he said, laying such an emphasis on "my friends" that several of the dogs rolled over helplessly on their backs and began to lick Bruno's feet.
Vixen sympathetically joined her shrill little yap to the bull-terrier's despairing cry, and I was annoyed, for I knew that a man who cares for dogs is one thing, but a man who loves one dog is quite another.
Each beast is harnessed, the weakest nearest to the driver, by his own separate trace, which runs under his left fore-leg to the main thong, where it is fastened by a sort of button and loop which can be slipped by a turn of the wrist, thus freeing one dog at a time.
The donkey laid himself down upon a heap of straw in the yard, the dog stretched himself upon a mat behind the door, the cat rolled herself up on the hearth before the warm ashes, and the cock perched upon a beam on the top of the house; and, as they were all rather tired with their journey, they soon fell asleep.
I never met a dog who seemed more contented - more easy in its mind.
It was at this touching moment that the pantaloon hobbled in, also dressed as we had seen him last, and carrying, unfortunately, a trayful of sausages, which at once increased the general gloom, for he announced, in his squeaky voice, that they were the very sausages that had lately been the dog.
On the river, where was a packed trail and where snowshoes were unnecessary, the dogs averaged six miles an hour.
He possessed a dim, vague, imperative knowingness that it was not merely not good, but supremely disastrous, leading to the mistily glimpsed sense of utter endingness for a dog, for any dog, to go into the water where slipped and slid and noiselessly paddled, sometimes on top, sometimes emerging from the depths, great scaly monsters, huge-jawed and horribly-toothed, that snapped down and engulfed a dog in an instant just as the fowls of Mister Haggin snapped and engulfed grains of corn.
Nothing of this was missed by Dag Daughtry, who knew a dog when he saw one, as he studied Michael in the light of the lanterns held by black boys where the whaleboats were landing cargo.
But no fool dog ought to be fool enough to go off an' commit suicide that way.
So the Wolf and the Dog went towards the town together.