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[5] Others prick up the ears1 and run frowning along the track, dropping their tails and putting them between their legs. Many do none of these things, but rush about madly round the track, and when they happen upon it, stupidly trample out the traces, barking all the time.

1 The Greek hound had short ears (cf. 4.1) like a foxterrier.

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