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" Then comes a moment's pause — a moment of actual vacuity — the eye slowly closes, the head droops, and he seems as if his fore feet were giving way, and he would fall : but he springs up again, every object of terror once more surrounds him — he... "
A system of surgery, tr. and accompanied with notes and observations b J.F ... - Page 360
by Maximilian Joseph Chelius - 1847
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 90

England - 1861
...Youatt, " every object of terror disappears, and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used to characterise him. Then...slowly closes, the head droops, and he seems as if his fore-feet were giving way, and he would fall : but he springs up again ; every object of terror once...
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The Cultivator, Volume 5

Agriculture - 1848
...and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expressions of attachment that used to characterize him. Then comes a moment's pause — a moment of actual...every object of terror once more surrounds him — he gazes wildly around — he snaps — he barks, and he rushes to the extent of his chain, prepared to...
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Household Surgery; Or, Hints on Emergencies

John Flint South - Electronic books - 1850 - 280 pages
...voice, every object of terror disappears, and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used to characterise him. Then...actual vacuity — the eye slowly closes, the head drops, and he seems as if his fore feet were giving way and he would fall ; but he springs up again,...
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Household Surgery; Or, Hints on Emergencies

John Flint South - Electronic books - 1850 - 280 pages
...and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used" to characterize him. Then comes a moment's pause — a moment of actual vacuity — the eye slowly closes, the head drops, and he seems as if his fore feet were giving way and he would fall ; but he springs up again,...
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The Dog

William YOUATT - 1852
...and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used to characterize him. Then comes a moment's pause — a moment of actual...every object of terror once more surrounds him — he gazes wildly around — he snaps — he barks, and he rushes to the extent of his chain, prepared to...
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Household Surgery, Or, Hints on Emergencies

John Flint South - Emergency medicine - 1852 - 370 pages
...voice, every object of terror disappears, and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used to characterise him. Then...actual vacuity — the eye slowly closes, the head drops, and he seems as if his fore feet were giving way and he would fall ; but he springs up again,...
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The Surgeon's Vade Mecum: A Manual of Modern Surgery

Robert Druitt - Electronic books - 1854 - 691 pages
...fancied object of terror disappears, and he crawls towards him with his usual expression of attachment Then comes a moment's pause, — a moment of actual...slowly closes, the head droops, and he seems as if his fore-feet would give way and he would fall ; but he springs up again, every object of terror once more...
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The Surgeon's Vade Mecum: A Manual of Modern Surgery

Robert Druitt - Surgery - 1856 - 760 pages
...of terror disappears, and he crawls towards him with his usual expression of attachment. Then conws a moment's pause, — a moment of actual vacuity,...slowly closes, the head droops, and he seems as if his fore-feet would give way and he would fall ; but he springs up again, every object of terror once more...
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The Dog

William Youatt - Dog breeds - 1857 - 403 pages
...towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used to characterize him. Then comessn moment's pause — a moment of actual vacuity —...every object of terror once more surrounds him — he gazes wildly around — he snaps — he barks, and he rushes to the extent of his chain, prepared to...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 90

England - 1861
...Youatt, " every object of terror disappears, and he crawls towards him with the same peculiar expression of attachment that used to characterise him. Then...slowly closes, the head droops, and he seems as if his fore-feet were giving way, and he would fall : but he springs up again ; every object of terror once...
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