The official blinked doubtfully, as if affected by the dim light of the room.
But the sense of being blinked at watchfully behind the blind glitter of these eye-glasses on the other side of the table disconcerted him.
He turned his head and blinked at the men who shouted, at the same time wagging his stump of a tail good-naturedly.
He continued his plodding pursuit, though once, for the moment baffled, he came to a full stop and blinked at the men who looked on, at the same time wagging his stump of a tail as an expression of his willingness to fight.
From previous research, scientists knew that humans blinked
more than is physiologically necessary to lubricate their eyes.
I saw him once on The Sportsman Channel, and I don't think he blinked
for the entire show.