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" I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers, and I purposely tried his memory after an absence of five years and two days. I went near the stable where he lived and shouted to him in my old manner; he showed no joy, but instantly followed me... "
Animal Intelligence - Page 402
by George John Romanes - 1888 - 520 lehte
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The Quarterly Review, 131. köide

1871
...We come now to Mr. Darwin's instances of brute rationality. In the first place he tells us : — ' I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...-five years and two days. I went near the stable where ho lived, and shouted to him in my old manner ; he showed no joy, but instantly followed me out walking...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 14. köide

1871
...We come now to Mr. Darwin'.s instances of brute rationality. In the first place he tells us : — " I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...but instantly followed me out walking and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted with him only half an hour before. A train of old associations, dormant...
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The Living Age ..., 111. köide

1871
...now to Mr. Darwin's instances of brute rationality. In the first place ha tells us : — " I had n dog who was savage and averse to all strangers, and...but instantly followed me out walking and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted with him only half an hour before. A train of old associations, dormant...
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Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts, 69. köide

1892
...months. In his Descent of Alan, the great naturalist gives the following particulars of his own dog : ' I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...of five years and two days. I went near the stable in which he lived, and shouted to him in my old manner : he showed no joy, but instantly followed me...
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The Quarterly Review, 131. köide

1871
...We come now to Mr. Darwin's instances of brute rationality. In the first place he tells us : — ' I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...but instantly followed me out walking and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted with him only half an hour before. A train of old associations, dormant...
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The Descent of man

Charles Darwin - 1871
...I have been informed by Sir Andrew Smith, recognized him with joy after an absence of nine months. I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...but instantly followed me out walking and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted with him only half an hour before. A train of old associations, dormant...
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The descent of man, and selection in relation to sex, 1. köide

Charles Darwin - 1871 - 475 lehte
...I have been informed by Sir Andrew Smith, recognised him with joy after an absence of nine months. I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...but instantly followed me out walking and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted with him only half-an-hour before. A train of old associations, dormant...
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The London Quarterly Review, 130–131. köide

1871
...We come now to Mr. Darwin's instances of brate rationality. In the first place he tells us : — ' I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...showed no joy, but instantly followed me out walking »nd obeyed me exactly as if I had parted with him only half an hour before. A train of old associations,...
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The Quarterly Review, 131. köide

1871
...come now to Mr. Darwin's instances of brute rationality. In the first place he tells us : — ' I hod a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...where he lived, and shouted to him in my old manner ; ho showed no joy, hut instantly followed mo out walking and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted...
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The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex

Charles Darwin - 1874 - 688 lehte
...I have been informed by Sir Andrew Smith, recognised him with joy after an absence of nine months. I had a dog who was savage and averse to all strangers,...he lived, and shouted to him in my old manner ; he shewed no joy, but instantly followed me out walking, and obeyed me, exactly as if I had parted with...
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