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She wishes she was a real witch in order to seek revenge on the community which has shunned her and her wish is granted with the appearance of a devil dog.
They see me and they're licking my face and they're chewing me and I'm rolling on the floor with them and it takes that stigma away of them being these terrible devil dogs.
TV star Paul O'Grady has become patron of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club to try to help rid the breed of its devil dog reputation.
The up-and-coming Devil Dogs could make noise if they muzzle the Airedales on the road.
Devil Dog doesn't purport to be comprehensive, but it is an appropriate treatment for a man whose life appears to have been ripped right out of pulp fiction.
Compared to modern devil dogs, the Alsatian became a cuddly old threat - about as fearsome as your grandad waving his unloaded Enfield rifle at some louts trampling his begonias.
Scents, all of which are for men, include Stealth (Air Force), a blend of marine and ozonic accords accented by citrus and warm musk; Liberty (Navy), billed as a platform of aquatic notes and with supporting accords of cucumber, aloe, melon, moss and musks; Patton (Army), a scent in which nutty coconut peeks out from behind a citrus opening of bergamot and lime and evolves into a sweetly woody finish with cedar, sage and hints of tonka bean; Devil Dog (Marines), which marries the rich, earthiness of agarwood, sandalwood and cedar with the juicy coolness of citrus and chilly mint accords; and Riptide (Coast Guard), a blend of citrus, herbals, woody accords and a hint of spice.
While these cities may be rivals when it comes to sports, snackers in both cities agree that Devil Dogs are their favorite Drake's snack cakes.