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1  Billee cried and whimpered regularly in his sleep each night.
The Call of the Wild By Jack London
Get Context   In Chapter IV. Who Has Won to Mastership
2  "Billee" and "Joe" he called them, two brothers, and true huskies both.
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Get Context   In Chapter II. The Law of Club and Fang
3  There came a day when Billee, the good-natured, fell and could not rise.
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Get Context   In Chapter V. The Toil of Trace and Trail
4  Billee, the good-natured, could lead for all they cared, so long as he kept order.
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Get Context   In Chapter IV. Who Has Won to Mastership
5  Billee, terrified into bravery, sprang through the savage circle and fled away over the ice.
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Get Context   In Chapter III. The Dominant Primordial Beast
6  A whiff of warm air ascended to his nostrils, and there, curled up under the snow in a snug ball, lay Billee.
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Get Context   In Chapter II. The Law of Club and Fang
7  And even Billee, the good-natured, was less good-natured, and whined not half so placatingly as in former days.
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Get Context   In Chapter III. The Dominant Primordial Beast
8  Billee's one fault was his excessive good nature, while Joe was the very opposite, sour and introspective, with a perpetual snarl and a malignant eye.
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Get Context   In Chapter II. The Law of Club and Fang
9  Hal had traded off his revolver, so he took the axe and knocked Billee on the head as he lay in the traces, then cut the carcass out of the harness and dragged it to one side.
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Get Context   In Chapter V. The Toil of Trace and Trail
10  So terrible was his appearance that Spitz was forced to forego disciplining him; but to cover his own discomfiture he turned upon the inoffensive and wailing Billee and drove him to the confines of the camp.
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Get Context   In Chapter II. The Law of Club and Fang
11  Dub was badly injured in a hind leg; Dolly, the last husky added to the team at Dyea, had a badly torn throat; Joe had lost an eye; while Billee, the good-natured, with an ear chewed and rent to ribbons, cried and whimpered throughout the night.
The Call of the Wild By Jack London
Get Context   In Chapter III. The Dominant Primordial Beast