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Iceland “dog! thou prick-ear'd cur of Iceland!” HENRY V., ii. 1. 40. A sort of shaggy, white, sharp-eared dog from Iceland, a great pet with ladies ( “We have sholts or curs dailie brought out of Iseland, and much made of among vs, bicause of their sawcinesse and quarrelling.” Harrison's Description of England, prefixed to Holinshed, vol. i. p. 389, reprint).

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