She barks at nothing, gets herself into pickles and, when she is feeling out of sorts, sports an absolutely spot-on hang-dog expression
. Did I say she only has one eye?
| Pop art bulldog, PS15, BHS WITH his hang-dog expression
and face made up of newspaper cuttings of financial news, this little rascal is a cute example of the typical British bulldog spirit.
He'd noted a hang-dog expression
about the former Newcastle manager -- an apologetic manner that had clung to him since a second successive 3-0 defeat in the Wear-Tyne derby.
Roy Hodgson (pictured below) at Liverpool, a man for whom the term 'hang-dog expression
' might have been invented, has suffered the axe at Liverpool.
Grant, with shoulders hunched, went down the tunnel with even more of a hang-dog expression
than usual, before once again complaining about the standard of refereeing - his ire this week directed at Kevin Friend.
Starkey's hang-dog expression
belied a razor-sharp wit and an even sharper racing brain.
Her normal hang-dog expression
gets 10 times worse as she is banged up, too terri-fied to even leave her cell.
Llandovery's Iestyn Thomas had the hang-dog expression
of a man who couldn't quite believe what he had just witnessed.
Eighteen-year-old Valverde's melancholy babyface and hang-dog expression
contribute little, and the actress becomes an automaton whenever the action begins.
He used to walk onto the stage with a hang-dog expression
and reel of f a load of moans and complaints about life in general and then he would come out with his catchphrase 'it's being so happy that keeps me going'.
IN a world where Grumpy Cat gets millions of hits on the internet, it's great to get a story about a panda with the same kind of hang-dog expression
Puffin, PS10.99 (hardback), PS6.99 (paperback) IN a world where Grumpy Cat gets millions of hits on the internet, it's great to get a story about a panda with the same kind of hang-dog expression
How could he not be with those eyebrows and that hang-dog expression
The Scot, who even in victory has a hang-dog expression
that suggests he feels every ounce of his burden, became the first Briton in 74 years to reach a men's singles final.
"My only criticism of Walter is his hang-dog expression
. Someone should tell him he's allowed to smile when we win."