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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Beetle 5854341911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Beetle BEETLE (O. Eng. bityl; connected with “bite”)
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  • Collier's New Encyclopedia Colorado Beetle 1486515Collier's New Encyclopedia — Colorado Beetle COLORADO BEETLE, a beetle first described by Thomas Say
    748 bytes (100 words) - 21:44, 29 April 2013
  • The Encyclopedia Americana Click Beetle 1225243The Encyclopedia Americana — Click Beetle CLICK BEETLE, a member of the family Elateridæ, also known
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  • Beetle” Easton's Bible Dictionary (1897) A • B • C • D • E • F • G • H • I • J • K • L • M • N • O • P • Q • R • S • T • U • V • W • Y • Z Gen • Ex •
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  • Beetles love — by Emily Dickinson 1128 8487These are the Nights that Beetles love — — 1128Emily Dickinson These are the Nights that Beetles love
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  • Colorado Potato-Beetle By Charles Valentine Riley 588949Popular Science Monthly Volume 7 October 1875 — The Colorado Potato-Beetle By Charles Valentine
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  • Beeri Beer-lahai-roi Beeroth Beeroth of the children of Jaakan Beersheba Beetle Beeves Beg Behead Behemoth Bekah Bel Bela Belial Bell Bellows Belly Belshazzar
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  • 105; I Don't Like Beetles 107; Wishes 108. 1165278The year's at the spring — Fyleman, Rose: Alms in Autumn 105; I Don't Like Beetles 107; Wishes 108
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  • of the stage, too,' said Abanazar. 'Oh, that's Beetle's biznai,' said Dick Four. 'Vamp it up. Beetle. Don't keep us waiting all night. You've got to
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  • Bombardier Beetles 698426The New International Encyclopædia — Bombardier Beetles BOMBARDIER BEETLES (for origin of name, see below). Ground-beetles, Carabidæ
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  • The Beetle Who Went on His Travels by Hans Christian Andersen, translated by H. P. Paull 393311The Beetle Who Went on His TravelsHans Christian AndersenH
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  • examinations, and, more important still, the issue of the College paper which Beetle edited. He had been cajoled into that office by the blandishments of Stalky
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  • his exam. That's all right,' said Beetle. 'But just think if the Head went and got ordained!' 'What would happen, Beetle?' 'Oh, the Coll. 'ud go to pieces
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  • chance of a lifetime now of getting the rarest beetle in the world—Oh look! There he goes!" A huge beetle, easily three inches long I should say, suddenly
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  • grasshopper A parasitic fly Blister beetles A triungulin larva of a blister beetle Second-stage larva of a blister beetle Examples of Arthropoda A "singing"
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  • a beetle, though truly an insect, but the author proceeds: Moreover, tnese statements that I have made about the form and appearance of this beetle, that
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  • some inmate of the house. The best known, because the largest, is a small beetle, Anobium striattum, belonging to the family Ptinidae. The “ticking,” in
    247 bytes (200 words) - 03:31, 3 April 2015
  • Fire Stories (1908) (Green #A33) I. The Leather Funnel (1902) II. The Beetle Hunter (1898) III. The Man with the Watches (1898) IV. The Pot of Caviare
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  • humiliating to the taker.' 'I can't admit that. I pulverise the egregious Beetle daily for his soul's good; and the others with him,' said King. 'Well, take
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  • of delight. And for the fifth summer in succession, Stalky, McTurk, and Beetle (this was before they reached the dignity of a study) had built, like beavers
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