Now, NEP was a very funny dog—a nervous dog, Uncle Hugh called him—and he was quite afraid something would happen.
But NEP only wagged his tail, and bounded round and round him.
NEP's leaps becoming frantic, Miss Rachel yielded, and Graham soon had him loosened.
NEP watched him, showing that the eggs had not sufficiently satisfied his hunger.
NEP took them also as his share, and afterwards went on scratching away, apparently hoping to find more.
I was lyin' off sound asleep, with this critter close beside me, when NEP come up, and barked just as plain as speakin'.
NEP, not being so particular as his master, supposing it was intended for him, without ceremony at once gobbled it up.
Davy's second friend was NEP, the Newfoundland, who was washed ashore from a wreck, and had never left the island since.
The remainder he gave to NEP, who eagerly gobbled it up, showing how hungry he had become.
NEP was rough and big, but had such a loyal and loving heart that no one could look in his soft brown eyes and not trust him.