1 There ain't even a dog to give a sleeping-mixture to.
2 Then they'd settle back again till there was a dog fight.
3 There warn't a window to it big enough for a dog to get through.
4 Buck and a dog was stretched out on the grass in the sun sound asleep.
5 The dogs were as still as the humans, but they followed a little behind me.
6 Well, it does beat all that I never thought about a dog not eating watermelon.
7 We didn't have no dog, and so we had to chase him all over the country till we tired him out.
8 If I had a yaller dog that didn't know no more than a person's conscience does I would pison him.
9 Well, den, I reck'n I did dream it, Huck; but dog my cats ef it ain't de powerfullest dream I ever see.
10 Why, dog my cats, they must a ben a house-full o niggers in there every night for four weeks to a done all that work, Sister Phelps.
11 I was going to rush by and get away, but a lot of dogs jumped out and went to howling and barking at me, and I knowed better than to move another peg.
12 Jim said if we had the canoe hid in a good place, and had all the traps in the cavern, we could rush there if anybody was to come to the island, and they would never find us without dogs.
13 By one of the parrots was a cat made of crockery, and a crockery dog by the other; and when you pressed down on them they squeaked, but didn't open their mouths nor look different nor interested.
14 Then in about two seconds we heard a whack, and the dog he finished up with a most amazing howl or two, and then everything was dead still, and the parson begun his solemn talk where he left off.
15 You see, ef I kep on tryin to git away afoot, de dogs ud track me; ef I stole a skift to cross over, dey'd miss dat skift, you see, en dey'd know bout whah I'd lan on de yuther side, en whah to pick up my track.
16 So the king he blattered along, and managed to inquire about pretty much everybody and dog in town, by his name, and mentioned all sorts of little things that happened one time or another in the town, or to George's family, or to Peter.
17 The stars were shining, and the leaves rustled in the woods ever so mournful; and I heard an owl, away off, who-whooing about somebody that was dead, and a whippowill and a dog crying about somebody that was going to die; and the wind was trying to whisper something to me, and I couldn't make out what it was, and so it made the cold shivers run over me.
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