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|Believing that a unity of spirit is better than a uniformity of opinion, the Research |
Society, as such, does not champion any ... says: “They say a reasonable amount
of fleas is good for a dog— keeps him from brooding over being a dog, maybe.
|... down dead I'm young, I'm joy I'm the little bird that has broken out of its shell |
The best place a person can die is where they die ... of himself A reasonable
amount of fleas on a dog is good, it keeps him from brooding over being a dog,
|is merely au illustration of the wretched case the honorable member had to |
submit against the Government. ... says — A reasonable amount of fleas is good
for a 'log ; they keep him from brooding too much on being a dog. ... This want-of-
confi- dence motion may be a good thing for the Government ; I believe it is,
because I think it will keep the Government from brooding too much on being a
|It may be possible in the near future for students attending university schools to |
obtain the Ph. D. degree in pharmacy. ... David Harum says: “A reasonable
amount of fleas is good for a dog—they keep him from broodin' on being a dog,”
and we suppose that's something like the reason that the people who get jobs in
health depart— ments are all the time ... amount of trouble is good for anybody
connected with the drug business, because it keeps him from brooding over his
|It may be that one reason a dog is a good friend is that his tail wags and not his |
tongue. Young kangaroos grow by leaps and bounds. They say a reasonable
number of fleas is good for a dog — it keeps him from brooding over being a dog.
|CHAPTER XXIV FLEAS David Harum says, " A reasonable amount of fleas is |
good for a dog. They keep him from broodin' on bein' a dog." A goodly supply of
fleas might likewise keep man from brooding over anything deeper than the
presence of these fleas, but in many ... Fleas are insects which are more or less
distantly related to the Diptera or two-winged flies, but which have become so
|known or more highly appreciated; on no class of plants is more money annually |
spent (I had almost written wasted); and with no class of ... David Harum opined
that "a reasonable amount of fleas is good for a dog — they keep him from
brooding on being a dog. ... However, a good many of these troubles are directly
or indirectly of his own seeking although he may be quite unconscious of the fact.
|"A reasonable amount offleas is goodfora dog. They keep him from brooding |
onbeing a dog." But should these parasitesfor some reason or other increase
rapidly theymight work great harm to the host. Even David Harum would limit the
number of fleas on a dog. Or the animal might become weakened from some
cause sothatthe drainon its resources made by the parasites, even though they
did not ...
|There may be just one or two of you who will know the consequences that flow |
from this indignity, the savage search in an ever increasing state of nudity. ... He
wrote, " they say a reasonable amount o' fleas is good fer a dog — keeps him
from brooding over bein' a dog, mebbee." I've heard of religion being the opium
of the people and stopping them thinking about their material state and I suppose
|Different fleas like different food and as a result there are dog fleas, cat fleas, bird |
fleas, rodent fleas, rabbit fleas, chicken fleas, and ... Just what good fleas do l'm
hard pressed to find, but maybe it's as that old Confucian scholar once was heard
to remark when asked ... many seemingly unnecessary irritations, "A reasonable
number of fleas is good for a dog; it keeps him from brooding over being a dog!
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