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" ... wings, as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to prove her a bird ; which otherwise might be doubted of... "
Hardwicke's Science-gossip: An Illustrated Medium of Interchange and Gossip ... - Page 52
redigeeritud poolt - 1868
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Blackwood's Magazine, 65. köide

1849
...sensible of nature's injury in framing so maseie a body to be directed by complimeutal wings, such indeed as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to rank her amongst birds. Her head is variously drest; for one half is hooded with down of a dark colour,...
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The American Journal of Science, 57. köide

1849
...sensible of natures injury in framing so massie a body, to be directed by complementary wings, such indeed as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to rank her amongst birds ; her head is variously drest, for one half is hooded with down of a dark color...
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On the beauties, harmonies and sublimities of nature: with remarks ..., 2. köide

Charles Bucke - 1837
...nature's injurie in framing so great and massie a body to be directed by such small and complementall wings, as are unable to hoise her from the ground,...be doubted of: her head is variously drest, the one halfe hooded with downy blackish feathers ; the other, perfectly naked ; of a whitish hue, as if a...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., 9–10. köide

1837
...nature's injurie in framing so great and massie a body to be directed by such small and complementall C 4º 8 : I ) FMk G3F b和 2 ״ > V u ) C2 ... ٧ #p KyXF5< sd. Mf FyEb J^6 [ji ; ܗ ~ [6 M# C 9a j halfe hooded with downy blackish feathers ; the other perfectly naked ; of a whitish hue, as if a transparent...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., 9. köide

1838
...nature's injurie in framing so great and massie a body to be directed by such small and complemcntall wings, as are unable to hoise her from the ground,...be doubted of: her head is variously drest, the one halfe hooded with downy b'.ackish feathers ; the other perfectly naked ; of a whitish hue, as if a...
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The Young Naturalist's Book of Birds: Anecdotes of the Feathered Creation

Percy Bolingbroke St. John - 1838 - 168 lehte
...sensible of nature's injury in framing so massie a body to be directed by complimental wings, such indeed as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to rank her amongst birds. Her head is variously dressed ; for one half is hooded with down of a dark...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History, 6. köide

1848
...Nature's injurie in framing so great and massie a body to be directed by such small and complementall wings as are unable to hoise her from the ground,...perfectly naked ; of a whitish hue as if a transparent lawne had covered it : her bill is very howked and bends downwards, the thrill or breathing place is...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1849
...sensible of natures injury in framing so massie a body, to be directed by complementary wings, such indeed as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to rank her amongst birds ; her head is variously drest, for one half is hooded with down of a dark color...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 65. köide

1849
...sensible of nature's injury in framing so massie a body to be directed by complimental wings, such indeed as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to rank her amongst birds. Her head is variously drest; for one half is hooded with down of a dark colour,...
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The Living Age ..., 20. köide

1849
...sensible of nature's injury in framing so massie a body to be directed by complimentai wings, such indeed as are unable to hoise her from the ground, serving only to rank her amongst birds. Her head is variously drest ; for one half is hooded with down of a dark color,...
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