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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 Octopus 5006051911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 19 — Octopus OCTOPUS (Gr. ὀκτώ, eight and πούς, foot), the
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  • 1906 : An Irish Octopus 118726Littell's Living Age — Volume 147, Issue 1906 : An Irish Octopus We sometimes read, of gigantic octopuses being caught
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  • Orpheus, Homer, and Hesiod, imagined only the chimæra—Providence created the octopus. If terror was the object of its creation, it is perfection. The devil-fish
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  • Howard Phillips Lovecraft, vol. 2, no. 6, pp.557-67 (September 1927) The Octopus Cycle, by Fletcher Pratt, vol. 3, no. 2 (May 1928) Most of volume 28
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  • The Ph.D. Octopus by William James 23991The Ph.D. OctopusWilliam James Some years ago, we had at our Harvard Graduate School a very brilliant student
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  • The Octopus Cycle  (1928)  Fletcher Pratt & Irvin Lester 123708The Octopus CycleFletcher Pratt & Irvin Lester1928 There was a long, uneasy swell
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  • watercress. England: *Baughman. B784.1.4. Girl swallows frog spawn; an octopus grows inside her with tentacles reaching to every part of her body. Eng
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  • proportions indicate that this might have been a squid-like form, and not an Octopus. The "breadth" is evidently that of the softened and collapsed body, and
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  • translated by Hannaford Bennett); The Sleuth Hound [UK], 1926 aka The Octopus of Paris [US], 1927, translated by Hannaford Bennett) Rouletabille at Krupp's
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  •   The Octopus and its Prey.—Mr. Henry Lee, of the Brighton (England) Zoological Gardens, wishing to view the seizure of a crab by an octopus, recently
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  • O — Octopus Oder — Old Oldham — Oneida Onion — Orchids O Oak Oak-Apples Oakland Cal. Oasis Oats Oaxaca Obelisk Oberammergau Oberlin, O. Obi Obrien, Most
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  • Objections to the Doctrine The Moral Equivalent of War, 1906 The Ph.D. Octopus The Stream of Consciousness Subjective Effects of Nitrous Oxide What is
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  • by L. Frank Baum Chapter 9: The Bashful Octopus 416908The Sea Fairies — Chapter 9: The Bashful OctopusL. Frank Baum It was a lovely day, and the
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  • Man's Woman (1900) McTeague (1899) Moran of the "Lady Letty" (1898) The Octopus: A California Story (1901) The Pit (1903) Vandover and the Brute (1914)
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  • Octopus
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  • Arisocratic Codfish Chapter 8: A Banquet Under Water Chapter 9: The Bashful Octopus Chapter 10: The Undiscovered Island Chapter 11: Zog the Terrible and his
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  • Man's Woman (1900); The Octopus (1901) and The Pit (1903). The last two were powerful stories, which made his reputation. The Octopus deals with wheat-raising
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  • Lester and George U. Fletcher. The Onslaught from Rigel, (1931) The Octopus Cycle, (1928) ("with Irvin Lester") The Roger Bacon formula, (1929) ("with
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  • 1911 (in part) “Mullet,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Octopus,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Pearl,” in Encyclopædia
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  • Octopus
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