The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Sportsman by Xenophon:|
hair serves as a protection, being thick and of a downy texture.
When awake it keeps on blinking its eyelids, but when asleep the
eyelids remain wide open and motionless, and the eyes rigidly fixed;
during sleep it moves its nostrils frequently, if awake less often.
 Pollux, v. 72.
 Or, "as a waterproof."
 So Pollux, ib.
When the earth is bursting with new verdure, fields and farm-lands
rather than mountains are their habitat. When tracked by the
huntsman their habit is everywhere to await approach, except only in
case of some excessive scare during the night, in which case they will