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Animals of a base nature

ANIMALS OF A BASE NATURE. Those which, though they may be reclaimed, are not Such that at common law a larceny may be committed of them, by reason of the baseness of their nature. Some animals, which are now usually tamed, come within this class; as dogs and cats; and others which, though wild by nature, and oftener reclaimed by art and industry, clearly fall within the same rule; as, bears, foxes, apes, monkeys, ferrets, and the like. 3 Inst. 109,; 1 Hale, P. C. 511, 512; 1 Hawk. P. C. 33, s. 36; 4 Bl. Com. 236; 2 East, P. C. 614. See 1 Saund. Rep. 84, note 2.

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Animalculism
Animalculist
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animalisation
animalise
Animalish
Animalism
animalistic
Animality
Animalization
Animalize
animallike
Animally
Animalness
Animals
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Animastic
Animate
animate being
animate thing
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animated cartoon
Animated GIF
animated oat
Animated oats
Animated picture
Animatedly
animateness
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Animating
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