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You are so brilliant, so petted, with your establishment and your racers.
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The other the petted son of wealthy parents, also a college graduate, and the idolized fiance of his childhood's sweetheart.
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But as a single instance-what wonder if the early hermits of Egypt looked on the crocodile as something diabolic, after seeing it, for generations untold, petted and worshipped in many a city, simply because it was the incarnate symbol of brute strength, cruelty, and cunning?
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But she always followed those moods with others of contrition and penitence and then he was petted and fondled and his forgiveness implored.
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She had been very kind and attentive; but the fever was gone now, and Sadie was well enough to rove around the house again; and Ester began to think that it couldn't be so very hard to have loving hands ministering to one's simplest want, to be cared for, and watched over, and petted every hour in the day.
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And when he found that she could be no more coaxed and lulled and petted into peace, he tried that darker, heavier temptation-tried to stupefy her into absolute despair.
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Is it that I am now compelled To move in fashionable life, That I am rich, a prince's wife?- Because my lord, in battles maimed, Is petted by the Emperor?- That my dishonour would ensure A notoriety proclaimed, And in society might shed A bastard fame prohibited?
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Probably that was Grayson's big hour, for if Anthony turned her out he intended to go in himself, and fight for the woman he had petted as a child.
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John Phillips, too, the grave, silent, elder brother, loved and petted the child.
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Brachionus captured by, 7; uric acid crystals and sand grains in an experiment with, 9; taste in, 9; sight in, 11; memory of locality in, 49, 52; lying in wait for, and devouring the young of, a _pythium_, 49; love of pastime in, 123; death-feigning by, 201; effect of alcohol on, 219. ADELOPS, homing sense in blind, 196; author's experiments in demonstrating homing sense of blind, 196. ALBINISM, axolotl affected by, 182; difference between etiolation and, 182, 184. ALCIOPE, eyes of, 17. ALGA, stentor feeding on spores of, 47. AMOEBA, young acineta caught by, 51. ANEMONE, Romanes' experiment with, 42; death-feigning by, 205. ANERGATES, parasitic, 156, 157. ANGLEWORM, differentiation between light and darkness by, 54; experiments with light on, 55; ocelli of, 55; Darwin's theory as to deafness in, 55; organs of audition in, 56; author's experiments with, 56; conscious choice in, 56; taste in, 56, 57. ANT, memory of locality in the, 62; memory of friends (kindred) in the, 65; Huber's observations, 66; author's experiments with _Lasius niger_, 66; claviger beetles recognized and petted by, 73; gray matter in the brain of, 99; nerve-cells and nerve-filaments in the brain cortex of, 99; Lubbock's experiments (chloroform and alcohol) with, 99; sympathy evinced by, 100; parental care of worker ants for young, 103; love of amusement in the, 125; author's observations of _L. flavus_, 125, 126; _Claviger foveolatus_ fondled by, 126; Huber's observations of _pratensis_, 125; Lubbock's observations of _Beckia_, a pet of, 126; author's observations of _Podura_ in the nests of _F. fusca_ and _F. rufescens_, 126; evidence of reason in the, 152; funeral of an, 153; battle between, 153; author's verification of Huber's experiment with slave, 155; degeneration in, 155; Lubbock's summary of degeneration in, 156; homing sense in the, 197; death-feigning in the, 212.
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Sigmund dropped his head, and petted the shepherd dog between his knees.
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You look on woman as a weak creature, to be shielded and petted.
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She is a weak creature, to be shielded and petted.
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She could not fairly remember that ever in her whole life she had been so tended and petted as she was that night by Jim Otis's mother.
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To this class Veronica was most attracted-it repelled me; consequently she was petted, and I was amiably sneered at.
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All Lagonda Ledge petted him, even to Burgess, who never forgot the day in the rotunda when Bug's pitying voice had broken Burleigh's grip on his neck.
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Cliff brought them candy and petted them, just for what use he could make of them as watchdogs.
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She had not been treated harshly; she had had a degree of liberty which would have astounded and shocked her grandmothers; she had been petted, humoured, spoilt.
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She started for the hall to get her garment, while Bunny petted the wet head of the long-tailed animal. "No, Sue!
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He could see each end easily now, and in one far corner was the little cat, rubbing up against the sides of the car, as if it wanted to be petted, but was afraid to let the children do it.
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Examples of Petted

Example #1
My wife knows you very well; in fact, we have talked of you a hundred thousand times.
Example #2
I even had a foolish idea of asking you to my wedding, only I did not dare.
Example #3
Equally ready for fight or fun, they were the finest type of youthful manhood to be found.
Example #4
The one a Harvard football-player, just out, plunging into the great game of war with all the zest he formerly found in the great college game.
Example #5
We must remember, also, that earlier generations (the old Norsemen and Germans just as much as the old Egyptians) were wont to look on animals as more miraculous than we do; as more akin, in many cases, to human beings; as guided, not by a mere blind instinct, but by an intellect which was allied to, and often surpassed man's intellect.
Example #6
This is a subject so shocking that it can be only hinted at.