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" Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers that the man he is approaching, is not a stranger, but his master; and let it be observed how completely and instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downwards... "
Buzzacott's Masterpiece; Or, The Complete Hunters', Trappers' and Compers ... - Page 255
by Francis Henry Buzzacott - 1913 - 544 pages
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 2

Science - 1873
...UALP-BUED SlIEPUEKD DoO IN THE 8AUE STATE AS IK FlG. 1. (By Mr. A. May.) discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master;...reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements: liis tail, instead of being held...
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Saint Pauls [afterw.] The Saint Pauls magazine, ed. by A. Trollope, Volume 12

Anthony Trollope - 1873
...extent, intelligible. ****** " Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master...sinks downwards or even crouches, and is thrown into flexnous movements ; his tail, instead of being held stiff and upright, is lowered, and wagged from...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 2

Science - 1873
...IlALF-BRED SHEPHEED DOO IN TDE SAME STATE AS IX Via. 1. (By Mr. A. May.) discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master;...his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking \ipright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements : his tail,...
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The Saint Pauls Magazine, Volume 12

Anthony Trollope - 1873
...extent, intelligible. * * * * * " Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master; and let it be observed how completely and instantaueously his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downwards...
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A Natural History Reader for School and Home

Natural history - 1883 - 414 pages
...close backward on the head. 4. Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master...and instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. InA Fierce Dog. stead of walking upright, the body sinks downward, or even crouches, and is thrown...
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Darwinism Stated by Darwin Himself: Characteristic Passages from the ...

Charles Darwin - Evolution - 1884 - 351 pages
...actions we are not here concerned. Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master...reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements ; his tail, instead of being held...
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Glimpses of the Animate World, Or, Science and Literature of Natural History ...

1885
...close backward on the head. 4. Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching is not a stranger, but his master...and instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. InA Fierce Dog. stead of walking upright, the body sinks downward, or even crouches, and is thrown...
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The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals

Charles Darwin - Emotions - 1913 - 372 pages
...are pressed close backwards on the head; but with these latter actions, we are not here concerned. Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers...his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking upK right, the body sinks downwards or even crouches, and R is thrown into flexuous movements; his...
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Empty Meeting Grounds: The Tourist Papers

Dean MacCannell - Social Science - 1992 - 346 pages
...presses his ears close and backwards to the head, and emits a savage growl. Darwin (1956: 51) elaborates: Let us now suppose that the dog suddenly discovers...reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements; his tail, instead of being held stiffand...
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Rhetorical Figures in Science

Jeanne Fahnestock - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2002 - 234 pages
...key example in the behavior of dogs when greeting their master as opposed to challenging an intruder. "Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downwards...upright, is lowered and wagged from side to side" (Darwin 1965, 51). Other parts of this description juxtapose the canine teeth exposed in defiance versus...
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