donkey


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ass

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donkey's years

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the symbol of the Democratic Party

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domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild ass

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and was dragging me against the donkey in a violent manner, as if there were any affinity between that animal and a magistrate, when he changed his mind, jumped into the cart, sat upon my box, and, exclaiming that he would drive to the pollis straight, rattled away harder than ever.
Immediately the charm worked, and she became a donkey, and ran out to join the old witch, and the dish with the salad in it fell to the ground.
In the afternoon, they would take the donkey and go to the Roches- Noires, near Hennequeville.
There was a muleteer to every donkey and a dozen volunteers beside, and they banged the donkeys with their goad sticks, and pricked them with their spikes, and shouted something that sounded like "Sekki- yah
I began to ask questions about them, for I had never seen one before; and I at once came to the conclusion that this must be one of the most useful of animals--strong, willing, patient, cheap; and, thanks to this donkey, I began to like the whole country I was travelling through; and my melancholy passed away.
I mustn't make them too big," he said, as he whittled, "or our horse would become a donkey.
So they opened the door and entered the house, where a little light-brown donkey, dressed in a blue apron and a blue cap, was engaged in dusting the furniture with a blue cloth.
Near by is another tribe that eats donkey-meat--a custom most revolting to the surrounding tribes that do not eat donkey.
AS Norman of Torn rode out from the castle of De Stutevill, Father Claude dismounted from his sleek donkey within the ballium of Torn.
Miss Burgoyne and her donkey were thrusting their heads in at the half door.
The shaggy man ran up to the nearest donkey and gave the beast a sharp blow with his switch.
A Man and his son were once going with their Donkey to market.
A PHILOSOPHER seeing a Fool beating his Donkey, said:
Well, we might have at least brought a donkey, only a little donkey; that courageous beast which old Silenus loved to mount.
And many a powerful one who wanted to run well with the people, hath harnessed in front of his horses--a donkey, a famous wise man.