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  • September 1884  (1884)  Sun-Kinks By Thomas O'Conor Sloane 647897Popular Science Monthly Volume 25 September 1884 — Sun-Kinks By Thomas O'Conor Sloane1884
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  • a hard-luck story. But that depends on the point of view. Hard luck is a mild way of terming it so far as Kink Mitchell and Hootchinoo Bill are concerned;
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  • rather gaumy With Cosmic cosmetics, was there, But the Swami went just as the Swami, After oiling the kinks in his hair. I said to Hermione: "Goddess! You're
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  • Old Rattler and the King Snake By David Starr Jordan 1404090Popular Science Monthly Volume 56 January 1900 — Old Rattler and the King Snake By David
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  • _Richard18461898English novelist; also wrote under the pseudonyms Marcus Fall and Emmanuel Kink cowrote The Fate of Fenella (1892) Works by this author
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  • 627 The Chemistry of Cookery XV 636 Hygiene For Smokers 643 How the Dodder Became a Parasite 647 Sun-Kinks 652 National Health and Work 653 The Morality
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  • as he laughingly declared, it would "give him a chance to get some of the kinks out of his cramped legs." Frank arranged in his mind that after he returned
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  • other animal. If the frequent presence of a kink in the tail be an inherent feature, the breed is evidently related to the other kink-tailed Malay cats
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  • for some years at Derby, having obtained some note by his treatises ‘On the Kink-Cough’ (hooping cough), London, 1773, and ‘On Puerperal Fevers,’ London
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Kinkajou 691504The New International Encyclopædia — Kinkajou KINK'AJOU (probably local native name), or Potto
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  • editor This author wrote articles for the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia, and the list on this page is complete. "Sun-Kinks", in Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • February 1911  (1911)  The Dynamics of a Golf Ball By Joseph John Thomson 1579507Popular Science Monthly Volume 78 February 1911 — The Dynamics of a Golf
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  • lengthen the fiber; 2. That a number of fibers placed side by side, just as they grew on the sheep, and with simply tension enough to take out the kinks, when
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  • 910. He was educated in the monastery of St. David's by his kinsmen, Archbishop Asserius. His repute for learning led Kink Alfred to invite him to his
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  • Naturalist in the Straits of Magellan By Charles Haskins Townsend 1579387Popular Science Monthly Volume 77 July 1910 — A Naturalist in the Straits of
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  • eavesdrop since the noon, Kinking at some old tale told sweetly brief, Will give a cowslick to the yarrow leaf, And sling the round nut from the hazel down
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  • in 1849), 8vo, London, 1774. 7. 'Animadversions on a late Treatise on the Kink-Cough [by Dr. William Butler]. To which is annexed an Essay on that Disorder
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  • me?" "You'd make a good soap-boxer," Tom commended, "if only you'd get the kinks straightened out in your reasoning." "It sounds all right, Bert," Billy
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  • the kinks out of its tail and the knots out of its fur; pokes her fingers into its ears and looks at each of its toes, the inexpressible brat all the
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  • Johannes Kinker (1764-1845) parodied his novels, but his vogue continued. In 1791 he published a tragedy of Lady Jane Grey; in 1792 a didactic poem, The Grave
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