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" 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 instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body... "
On the Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals - Page 51
by Charles Darwin - 1872 - 374 pages
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 2

Science - 1873
...walking upright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements: liis tail, instead of being held stiff and upright, is...becomes smooth ; his ears are depressed and drawn backward, but not closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely. From the drawing back of the ears,...
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The Saint Pauls Magazine, Volume 12

Anthony Trollope - 1873
...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...instantly becomes smooth ; his ears are depressed and driven backwards, but not closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely. From the drawing back of...
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The Canadian Monthly and National Review, Volume 3

Graeme Mercer Adam, George Stewart - Humanities - 1873
...walking upright, the body sinks downwards, or even crouches, and is hrown into flexuous movements ; the tail, instead of being held stiff and upright, is...closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely." These opposite states of mind, with the opposite actionswhich respectively express them, are illustrated...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 2

Science - 1873
...instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking \ipright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements...side ; his hair instantly becomes smooth ; his ears arc depressed and drawn backward, but not closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely. From the...
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Saint Pauls [afterw.] The Saint Pauls magazine, ed. by A. Trollope, Volume 12

Anthony Trollope - 1873
...Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downwards or even crouches, and is thrown into flexnous movements ; his tail, instead of being held stiff...instantly becomes smooth ; his ears are depressed and driven backwards, but not closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely. From the drawing back of...
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A Natural History Reader for School and Home

Natural history - 1883 - 414 pages
...instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. InA Fierce Dog. stead of walking upright, the body sinks downward, or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements...becomes smooth ; his ears are depressed and drawn backward, but not closely to the head : and his lips hang loosely. From the drawing back of the ears,...
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Darwinism Stated by Darwin Himself: Characteristic Passages from the ...

Evolution - 1884 - 351 pages
...instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. Instead of walking upright, the body sinks downward or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements...becomes smooth ; his ears are depressed and drawn backward, but not closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely. Prom the drawing back of the ears,...
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Glimpses of the Animate World; Or, Science and Literature of Natural History ...

Animals - 1885 - 414 pages
...instantaneously his whole bearing is reversed. InA Fierce Dog. stead of walking upright, the body sinks downward, or even crouches, and is thrown into flexuous movements;...becomes smooth ; his ears are depressed and drawn backward, but not closely to the head: and his lips hang loosely. From the drawing back of the ears,...
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On Expression in Nature

William Main - Emotions - 1894 - 197 pages
...ears are directed forwards ; and the eyes have a fixed stare, etc. Let us suppose that the dog now suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching...closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely." Now, as to "antithesis" account-ing for this change, with all due respect for so great an authority,...
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On Expression in Nature

William Main - Emotions - 1894 - 197 pages
...ears are directed forwards ; and the eyes have a fixed stare, etc. Let us suppose that the dog now suddenly discovers that the man whom he is approaching...closely to the head ; and his lips hang loosely." Now, as to "antithesis" accounting for this change, with all due respect for so great an authority,...
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