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1  God awmighty, that dog stinks.
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2  That dog ain't no good to himself.
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3  He did not look down at the dog at all.
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4  He continued to look down at the old dog.
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5  This ol dog jus' suffers hisself all the time.
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6  He stooped over and tied it around the old dog's neck.
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7  That dog of Candy's is so God damn old he can't hardly walk.
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8  The skinner had been studying the old dog with his calm eyes.
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9  After a moment the ancient dog walked lamely in through the open door.
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10  He walked over with his heavy-legged stride and looked down at the dog.
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11  The old dog got slowly and stiffly to his feet and followed the gently pulling leash.
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12  Old Candy, the swamper, came in and went to his bunk, and behind him struggled his old dog.
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13  The dog raised his head, but when Curley jerked out, the grizzled head sank to the floor again.
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14  Up the hill from the river a coyote yammered, and a dog answered from the other side of the stream.
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15  And at his heels there walked a drag-footed sheep dog, gray of muzzle, and with pale, blind old eyes.
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16  The dog struggled lamely to the side of the room and lay down, grunting softly to himself and licking his grizzled, moth-eaten coat.
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17  The old man moved toward the door, and his ancient dog lifted his head and peered about, and then got painfully to his feet to follow.
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