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  • And indeed, why should he have thought this difficult? seeing the herb ethiopis opens all locks whatsoever, and an echinus or remora, a silly weakly fish, in spite of all the winds that blow from the thirty-two points of the compass, will in the midst of a hurricane make you the biggest first-rate remain stock still, as if she were becalmed or the blustering tribe had blown their last. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • In the coming decade, the abuse of agrochemicals and uncontrolled fishing and hunting are expected to Euphorbia echinus, Euphorbia resinifera, Senecio put more pressure on the fragile ecosystems and the threatened endemic species, particularly in hotspots. Northern Africa and biodiversity
  • Yet the echinus can have, at the best, none but the most distant genetic relationship with the Polyzoa. On the Genesis of Species
  • Raw echinus (“kier-bang”), saline and tonic, would clear the palate for succeeding delicacies. The Confessions of a Beachcomber
  • So is the resemblance between a mouse and a shrewmouse (Sorex), which belong to different orders; and the still closer resemblance, insisted on by Mr. Mivart, between the mouse and a small marsupial animal (Antechinus) of Australia. XIV. Mutual Affinities of Organic Beings: Morphology-Embryology-Rudimentary Organs. Analogical Resemblances
  • This echinus is a model, a prototype, of the world. When The World Screamed
  • 'The old man may not be so far out with his blessed echinus.' When The World Screamed
  • In addition, there has been marked reduction in the range of the Carpentarian antechinus (Pseudantechinus mimulus VU) and brush-tailed possum (Trichosurus vulpecula). Mitchell grass downs
  • The capital is made up of a circular cushion or _echinus_ adorned with fine grooves called _annulæ_, and a plain square _abacus_ or cap Upon this rests a plain architrave or _epistyle_, with a narrow fillet, the _tænia_, running along its upper edge. A Text-Book of the History of Architecture Seventh Edition, revised
  • Would the echinus ever be aware of their existence? ' When The World Screamed
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