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Hitherto Gyp had kept his comfortable bed, only lifting up his head and watching Adam more closely as he noticed the other workmen departing.
Art ready for the basket, eh, Gyp?" said Adam, with the same gentle modulation of voice as when he spoke to Seth.
Gyp jumped and gave a short bark, as much as to say, "Of course." Poor fellow, he had not a great range of expression.
The basket was the one which on workdays held Adam's and Seth's dinner; and no official, walking in procession, could look more resolutely unconscious of all acquaintances than Gyp with his basket, trotting at his master's heels.
Adam hastened with long strides, Gyp close to his heels, out of the workyard, and along the highroad leading away from the village and down to the valley.
With her crystal blue eyes, lustrous jet black hair and love of furs, Gyp was an unforgettable figure, and her partner in crime and life Billy was Britain's original Gangster Number One.
But from time to time, a problem crops up at one of the gyp stacks.
Quietly continued to set a with Gyp Rosetti getting closer in second as they approached the third bend.
Gyp DeCarlo was a real life Mafia boss who helped out the Four Seasons on their rise to stardom.
He said: "The mobster featured in the show is " Angelo DeCarlo, who was also known as Gyp DeCarlo.
(c) 2014 Friends Science Publishers Abbreviations: AAFC, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada; AFLP, amplified fragment length polymorphism; ARS, Agricultural Research Service; CV (%), coefficient of variation; EL(cm), ear length; ETP, effective tiller number per plant; GNP, grain number per panicle; GYP (g), grain yield per plant; H', genetic diversity index; ITS, internal transcribed spacer; LR, lodging resistance; PCA, principal component analysis; PH (cm), plant height; RAPD, random amplified polymorphic DNA; SH, shattering habit; USDA, United States Department of Agriculture; WL, wheel layers