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MPs fought to ban "fierce, unmuzzled dogs" in public in 1839 while police were given power to decide ifadogwasdangerous and not properly controlled, thus liable to be destroyed, under the 1871 Dogs Act.
In the third section, Fenton struggles with her own Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, turning to nature to identify her husband and grapple with her new status as "War Bride." In the final section, which Fenton purposefully refuses to label, the poem "Roll Call," a dream sequence of "Twenty one triggers / and twelve-hundred bit-down tongues" where she gulps a "Last unmuzzled throatful of air." "Roll Call" is the beginning ...
Democratic Party insiders consider me somewhat of a boat-rocker (untitled is unmuzzled).
Meanwhile, this will serve as a heads-up alert that we have such dogs in our neighborhood and to call 911 if these dogs are seen outside and unmuzzled.
Former President Ali-Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani shook up the establishment with a sermon at Friday prayers last week that said dissidents should be freed from the jails and the press should be unmuzzled or the current "crisis" would result in the end of the Islamic Republic.
In January 2007 13-year-old Louise Kelly was attacked by an unmuzzled dog which tore her leg apart.
Both Julie Beggs and Angela Walker were left injured and doubtless traumatised last August when both were savaged in the space of a fortnight by the same unmuzzled dog in Crosland Moor.
At first, he legalized numerous political parties, unmuzzled the press, and decreased the military's power.
(Surtees's favorite term of affection for the character is "monster.") Readers, however, only glimpse this association of Master Romford with the hounds he keeps, as when Surtees depicts him on the scent of a fox, directing his own dogs when their noses fail (50-51, 253), or when he tells us that he "generally gobbled [his dinner] up like a hound" (378), or when we catch the seemingly inexhaustible monster in the pose of fatigue, to signal an evening's dismissal, as when he breaks up the Beldon Hall party with "a great unmuzzled yawn" (406).
The image of humiliation appeared before him, large as life, unmuzzled. It was illicit, but easily justified ("exploiting individual phobias").
unmuzzled. His brother plucked his beard to wake him.
Nonetheless, there was a most of its muggs up until sense that the muggs were unmuzzled and dogged in their persistence, hunting all over town to upturn morsels.