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" Bob's eye at a glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd round a couple of dogs fighting, is a crowd masculine mainly, with an occasional active,... "
Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Página 322
editado por - 1861
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volumen47

1859
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards, to one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over...
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Rab and his friends

John Brown - 1859 - 31 páginas
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards, to one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over...
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Temple Bar: A London Magazine for Town and Country Readers, Volumen7

1863
...crowds, at least, have their own physiognomy. " The crowd round a couple of dogs fighting," he remark?, " is a crowd masculine mainly, with an occasional, active, compassionate woman fluttering widely round the outside, and using her tongue and hands freely upon the men as so many brutes. It...
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Horæ Subsecivæ, Volumen1

John Brown - 1861
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards to one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over...
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Spare Hours

John Brown - 1861 - 458 páginas
...announced a dog-fight to ' \ ~ i his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fight, ing; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction The crowd...using her tongue and her hands freely upon the men, as BO many " brutes ; " it is a crowd annular, compact, and mobile ; a crowd centripetal, having its eyes...
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Horae Subsecivae

John Brown - 1862 - 340 páginas
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain? He did not , he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards , to one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over:...
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Spare Hours, Volumen1

John Brown - 1862 - 458 páginas
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards, to one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over...
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"With Brains, Sir."

JOHN BROWN, M.D. - 1866
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards, <"o one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over...
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"With Brains, Sir"

John Brown - 1866 - 32 páginas
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards, •.o one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not...
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Rab and His Friends

John Brown - 1872 - 32 páginas
...glance announced a dog-fight to his brain ? He did not, he could not see the dogs fighting ; it was a flash of an inference, a rapid induction. The crowd...a crowd centripetal, having its eyes and its heads all bent downwards and inwards, to one common focus. Well, Bob and I are up, and find it is not over...
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