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1987, Brenda E. F. Beck, Peter J. Claus, Praphulladatta Goswami, Jawaharlal Handoo (editors), ''Folktales of India'', page 289,
- In passing, it also mentions how the jackal and the tiger acquired their reddish spots. All of the animals referred to, except the deer, have tricksterlike personalities, both in this tale and in other story contexts. But the jackal is the most renowned of all for roguishness.
A person who performs menial/routine tasks, a dogsbody.
(quote-journal)&93;|magazine=The New Bon Ton Magazine; or, Telescope of the Times|location=London|publisher=(...) Johnson|Joseph Johnson,(nb...)|date=1 July 1819|volume=III|issue=15|page=179|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=XUt-ztid-xAC&pg=PA179|oclc=314782218|passage=A nephew of hers, after receiving some learning at her ladyship's expence, got a commission, and fell upon the field of Waterloo; another is still at her heels, as a sort of jackall to fetch and carry when required.
1800, ''Pamphlets on British Taxation''http://books.google.com/books?id=XB8JAQAAIAAJ:
- They have jackalled for the great beast, to pick in turns the bones of each other; they have subserved those above, to oppress and defraud those below; and they are suffering, and, so far as classes can, justly suffering their purgation.