(1) Even if he doesn't die in war, which is no doubt God's plan for the corrupt cur , and if he doesn't run away with a Yankee brat as I predict, you shan't see him.(2) The Court of Appeal agreed with the trial judge that the language used by the farmer in the two conversations, which included calling the farm hand a liar and a bastard and a cur , justified the farm hand in leaving.(3) In Essays on Mexican Art, he questions whether someone could be both a great artist and ├ö├ç├┐a despicable cur .├ö├ç├û(4) Am I such a cur to say such mean things to you and Henri?(5) A little man with splendid white hair imitated a cur baying at the moon.(6) Malcolm still plans to take her on summer searches, however, along with his new rescue dog, a little Lakeland collie cur , Spindrift.(7) A concubine, a low cur , a cheat and a fraud would be decent things by comparison with being called a liar.(8) Jade the Heartless showed no mercy to any cur of a man who dared to cross her path.(9) When she tells Alfonso that Eric is on board and cannot step on Bucca, he starts calling the men to retrieve the Avalonian cur from the Lucky Dog to be arrested for stealing from the Counsel!(10) The coyote-dog barked viciously at Jack, and it was all he could do not to unleash his full fury on the cur .(11) On February 26, 1874, Welch illustrated that evening's theme, ├ö├ç├┐Sunshine and Shadow,├ö├ç├û with a depiction of a skeletal cur looking with envy at two well-fed dogs in a kennel.(12) And our spy is in position, waiting for the inevitable arrival of the little cur .(13) The weasel on the front is a nice touch, but a mangy cur would have been a better image.(14) As you poke the dog, it becomes more and more likely that the cur will attack you - at which point you'll have to shoot it.(15) Yet this whipped cur slunk into the chamber to vote for abolition of the livelihoods of rural workers, on four-figure incomes, while himself enjoying a pension of Ôö¼├║34,000 for just 13 months in office.(16) The dog leaped away without a sound; the man, raising his voice a little, said with a slow laugh, ├ö├ç├┐Look at that wretched cur ,├ö├ç├û and directly afterwards we became separated by a lot of people pushing in.