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  • Shakespearean editing. Dibdin describes him as ‘the last of the old breed of Shakespearean commentators of the school of Johnson and Steevens,’ and he certainly
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  • That's 'er nyme. Ida Bellethorne. She comes of the true Bellethorne stock. The last of the breed out o' the Bellethorne stables, Miss." "Ida Bellethorne
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  • shores and open grounds. This last is believed to breed sparingly on the highest mountains of Scotland, but the majority of the examples which visit us come
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  • To come to thee and be thy love. But could youth last and love still breed, Had joys no date nor age no need, Then these delights my mind might move
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  • The Moods of Ginger Mick by C. J. Dennis V. Sari Bair 627554The Moods of Ginger Mick — V. Sari BairC. J. Dennis "The Southern breed could
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  • power lasts they “breed true.” The amount of variation in domestic ducks, however, is not comparable to that found among pigeons, no doubt from the absence
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  • Today we honor two different but equally important individuals. The last of a breed – a duo of hard-working Cuban commuters venturing day-in and dayout, across
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  • easier, — and at last your pile Breeds almost of itself left quite alone. But then I never let it quite alone. How did I make the first ten thousand
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  • Falcon. (Falco peregrinus, Gmel.) As this bird breeds so near, both in the Isle of Wight and along the Dorsetshire coast, it may be considered as a resident
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  • that breed in their nests; or some other ways that we mortals know not. And this may be believed of the Fordidge Trout, which, as it is said of the stork
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  • by his neighbours;—the difference goes on being augmented by unconscious and methodical selection, until at last a new sub-breed is formed, receives
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  • Chartley. A few of the last have been removed to Woburn. Other representatives of old stock are a resuscitated white Welsh breed with black points, derived
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  • hombre down on the border. Got run outa El Paso for gun-runnin’ into Mexico.” “He shore made a game stand fer his last fight.” “Texas breed,” said Steve
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  • does to the domesticated breed, the resemblance being specially noticeable in the absolutely and relatively small size of the last molar. In view of these
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  • Stories, June 1931) Blow the Chinks Down! (First appeared in Action Stories, October 1931. Alternate title: The House of Peril) Breed of Battle (First published
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  • the men that breed from them They traffic up and down, But cling to their cities' hem As a child to their mother's gown. When they talk with the stranger
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  • upwards in the manner distinctive of the park-breed. The inside of the ears and the muzzle are black, and the feet are black to the fetlock joint. The skin
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  • character. The sheep were of the old Norfolk breed, and, with the exception of a few milch cows, no cattle were kept upon the farms. The origin of the wonderful
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  • not. 51 Y am lyuynge breed, that cam doun fro heuene. 52 If ony man ete of this breed, he schal lyue withouten ende. And the breed that Y schal yyue, is
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  •  (1893)  The Inadequacy of Natural Selection III By Herbert Spencer 1217619Popular Science Monthly Volume 43 June 1893 — The Inadequacy of Natural
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