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by Ralph Waldo Emerson
all animals is a falling forward. All our manual labor and works of strength, as prying, splitting, digging, rowing and so forth, are done by dint of continual falling, and the globe, earth, moon, comet, sun, star, fall for ever and ever. The simplicity of ...
Encyclopedia of Animals (2007)
by Karen McGhee, George McKay
KlNGDOM The largest division, Kingdom Animalia contains all animals living on Earth now, as well as all of those that have ever lived. Birds Amphibians Cnidarians PHYLUM The first division links broadly sim)lar creatures. Phylum Chordata ...
by Diagram Group
biology fauna All animals occupying a major geographical region. fermentation The breakdown of carbohydrates by anaerobic respiration. fertilization The union of male and female gametes to form a zygote. flagellum A whiplike organelle of ...
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
However, all animals which lie hid in winter do not observe these laws of fasting. Some provide storehouses in summer and autumn, from which they take what is necessary: as mice, jays, squirrels, bees, beavers, &c. (go.) HI. Destruction.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
However, all animals which lie hid in winter do not observe these laws of fasting. Some provide store-houses in summer and autumn, from which they take what is necessary: as mice, jays, squirrels, bees, beavers, &c. - (80.) III. Destruction.
All animals are furnished with muscles, or muscular fibres, but a great proportion of them have nothing analogous to bone. In those which have bones, there are two striking distinctions; in one division they are fituated within the muscles, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1857)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
Our definition will now stand thus: “ All men-—are-—all animals that are not beasts, nor birds, nor fishes, nor reptiles, nor insects.” But the definition, so altered, is still of little use. It cannot become extensively available, so long as it is merely ...
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