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" The neck of the serpent is stretched out and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened wide as if in the act of swallowing or ejecting an oval figure, which rests partially within the distended jaws. "
Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution - Page 279
by Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1878
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The North American Review, 68. köide

1849
...less than a thousand feet The neck of the serpent is stretched out and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or...figure which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment of earth without any perceptible opening, and is perfectly regular...
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Chambers's papers for the people

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1850
...upwards of 5 feet in height by 30 feet base at the centre of the body, but diminishing somewhat towards the head and tail. The neck of the serpent is stretched...figure, which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment of earth without any perceptible opening, 4 feet in height, and...
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Chambers's Papers for the People, 2. köide

1850
...towards the head and tail. Theneck of the serpent is stretched out, and slightly curved; and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or...figure, which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment of earth without any perceptible opening, 4 feet in height, and...
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The Christian teacher. [Continued as] The Prospective review, ed. by J ...

National review - 1851
...upwards of one thousand feet. The neck of the serpent is stretched out and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or...figure which rests partially within the distended jaws. In Iowa is found a similar earthwork 1,004 feet in length, representing a serpent extended ; and in...
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The Serpent Symbol: And the Worship of the Reciprocal Principles of Nature ...

Ephraim George Squier - 1851 - 254 lehte
...towards the head and tail. The neck of the serpent is stretched out and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or...figure which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment of earth, without any perceptible opening, four feet in height,...
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The Travels and Adventures of Celebrated Travelers in the Principal ...

Henry Howe - 1854 - 804 lehte
...toward the head and tail. The neck of the serpent is stretched out, and slightly curved ; and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or...figure, which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment of earth without any perceptible opening, four feet in height,...
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The Natural History Review, 3. köide

1863
...toward the head and tail. The neck of " the serpent is stretched out, and slightly curved, and its mouth is •' opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing..." which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed " by an embankment of earth, without any perceptible opening, four " feet in height,...
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The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General ..., 1. köide

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1858
...toward tho head and tail. Tho neck of the figure is stretched out and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or ejecting an oval figure, which rests partly within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment 4 feet in height, and is perfectly...
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Annual Report

1863
...toward the head and tail. The neck of the serpent is stretched out, and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened wide, as if in the act of swallowing or...figure, which rests partially within the distended jaws. This oval is formed by an embankment of earth, without any perceptible opening, four feet in height,...
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The National quarterly review, ed. by E.I. Sears, 24. köide

Edward Isidore Sears
...thousand feet The neck of the serpent is stretched out and slightly curved, and its mouth is opened widely as if in the act of swallowing or ejecting an oval figure, which rests partially within its distended jaws. This oval emblem of earth is four feet high, its diameters being one hundred and...
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