cats vs dogs

cats dogs


  • 1) Plural form of dog.
  • 2) a greyhound racing event.
  • 3) nautical Fasteners securing a watertight hatch.
  • 4) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dog.


  • 1) We were chatting about the smoking ban and the country going to the dogs and that.
  • 2) They allowed us to go to the dogs because they allowed these owners to run us.
  • 3) We have put up notices in infected forests urging people to stick to footpaths and keep dogs on a short lead.
  • 4) Your dogs tore her to bits.
  • 5) And my mother dislikes dogs intensely -- she's afraid of them, except those horrible little toy-things that aren't _dogs_ any more. "
  • 6) Mexican hot dogs (also called Tijuana hot dogs or Sonoran hot dogs_ I knew I had to make them.
  • 7) It was when she heard the word dogs that she sat up straighter.
  • 8) Now the first ever study to report that human yawns induce yawning in dogs is published today in the journal Biology Letters by a team led by Dr Atsushi Senju of Birkbeck College, University of London.
  • 9) The word dogs was commonly used of Gentiles, which the Roman soldiers were; “evil men” referred to the oppressing Jews.

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