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But Jack Metcalf had more natural taste for the cry of a hound or a harrier than for the squeak of his fiddle.
YORKSHIRE ODDITIES, INCIDENTS AND STRANGE EVENTSS. BARING-GOULD
Edward Henry pursued lightly, for though he appreciated Mr. Harrier, he also despised him.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
Then it happened that the harrier Gonzalo thought most of, having bought him for a high price in England, misbehaved himself.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL. 2ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
Besides the crows and fish-hawks, a harrier would now and then come skimming close along the grass.
ROOF AND MEADOWDALLAS LORE SHARP
But there is one bird that most certainly will be seen in the “harrier-country,” and that is the heron.
BIRDS IN FLIGHTW. P. PYCRAFT
The hen-harrier breeds only in the Orkneys and the Outer Hebrides.
BIRDS IN FLIGHTW. P. PYCRAFT
There may be many who will fare forth to find the harrier on the wing.
BIRDS IN FLIGHTW. P. PYCRAFT
The marsh-harrier notes the date and becomes a determined oologist.
UNEXPLORED SPAINABEL CHAPMAN
I have coupled the Bengal harrier with a common harrier, because they differ only by the number of spots upon their coats.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME V (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
In habits both birds resemble the Marsh Harrier, but do not confine themselves to damp places.
BRITISH BIRDS IN THEIR HAUNTSREV. C. A. JOHNS

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