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Taug expanded his great chest and rolled about on his short legs, making strange growlings in his throat.
Weak with recent illness; stupified by the blows and the suddenness of the attack; terrified by the fierce growling of the dog, and the brutality of the man; overpowered by the conviction of the bystanders that he really was the hardened little wretch he was described to be; what could one poor child do
My growling was horribly out of practice, so we reviewed the proper techniques.
The jury heard that John Corbett had heard a growling noise outside his home.
On January 29, 2003, 13-year-old Kerilyn Belle Crawford of Navasota, Texas, was visiting a neighbor's home when she heard a dog growling and a child screaming.
A speech therapist broke down in court yesterday as she described being savaged by a growling Jack Russell while pregnant.
A moderate dose of tension--from a growling dog, say, or fear of test-flunking--helps you skirt trouble.
For over a minute I crashed and banged the rack together, and also against nearby limbs in the huge spruce that held my stand, all the while grunting and growling aggressively on the grunt tube hanging around my neck.
But the biblical understanding of meditation involves murmuring, intoning, speaking, or growling over the Scriptures.
She knew empty fridges and the attendant growling stomach, thrift store clothes, drunken furies, dreams of quick riches, a house falling apart, the contempt of others, the value of schools and libraries, and the need to be resourceful beyond her years.
Allen - who plays a doggone convincing scratching, sniffing, growling, shaking and tongue-licking human Shaggy - uses Scrabble tiles to communicate in the film.
A The growling is a sign of fear, so work with a behaviourist to calm her in frightening situations, such as children screaming.