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Animals like crows or raccoons were already known to eat some toads in a similar fashion.
He then took out the detached mould, flung it away, and used the point of the “crowing stick” as before.
THE BUSH BOYSCAPTAIN MAYNE REID
Jim was special haughty, but Curly got heaps interested in the clothes I'd bought, crowing and chuckling over everything.
CURLYROGER POCOCK
I opened my eyes once during that night, and that was to hear the crowing of roosters nearby.
She carried a jolly, restless, heavy baby in her arms who was crowing and holding out its arms toward the locomotive.
LETTY AND THE TWINSHELEN SHERMAN GRIFFITH
Some one or other, somewhere in the crowd, sets up a loud, crowing sort of cheer.
Upon the top, silhouetted against the clear frosty sky, was the scarlet flag of the revolution—the Red Rooster was crowing!
SPIES OF THE KAISERWILLIAM LE QUEUX
Next thing any one knows he comes back with his wife, a pretty slip of a thing, and our Sir Edgar a crowing baby.
THE RIDDLE OF THE PURPLE EMPERORMARY E. HANSHEW AND THOMAS W. HANSHEW
Occasionally, during the day, I threw potatoes at him through an aperture in the bulkhead, but he only dodged and went on crowing.
ROUGHING ITMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
I keep no fowls to wake you up by their crowing at daybreak.

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