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" one who did not at first turn to look at him. But he had attracted attention in one quarter at least. On the floor, by the arm-chair, lay a dog, a huge tawny mastiff, with body and limbs almost as big as a lion's; and this great creature rose majestically... "
Little Lord Fauntleroy - Page 92
by Frances Hodgson Burnett - 1913 - 290 pages
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Essentials of English Composition

Horace Sumner Tarbell, Martha Tarbell - English language - 1902 - 281 pages
...boy who was to be his heir, is won by his first appearance. Read the account carefully many times. " On the floor, by the armchair, lay a dog, a huge,...and slowly, and marched toward the little fellow. . . . " But there was no more fear in little Lord Fauntleroy's heart than there was unkindness. . ....
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Essentials of English Composition

Horace Sumner Tarbell, Martha Tarbell - English language - 1902 - 281 pages
...boy who was to be his heir, is won by his first appearance. Read the account carefully many times. " On the floor, by the armchair, lay a dog, a huge,...almost as big as a lion's; and this great creature rose mfljestically and slowly, and marched toward the little fellow. . . . " But there was no more fear...
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The Blodgett Readers by Grades, Book 4

Frances Eggleston Blodgett, Andrew Burr Blodgett - Readers - 1910
...and that in that chair some one was sitting some one who did not at first turn to look at him. 6 But he had attracted attention in one quarter at least. On the floor lay a dog, a huge, tawny mastiff almost as big as a lion; and this great creature rose slowly and marched...
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Little Classics: With Initiative Steps in Vocal Training for Oral English

Samuel Silas Curry - Readers - 1912 - 384 pages
...burning on the wide hearth there was a large easy-chair, and in that chair some one was sitting some one who did not at first turn to look at him. But...marched toward the little fellow with a heavy step. Then the person in the chair spoke. "Dougal," he called. "Come back, sir." But there was no more fear...
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