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Ornithologists have referred to them as “aberrant falcons” and “a rather unimpressive lot,” with Falconidae’s so-called true falcons—including peregrines—hogging all the research.
It’s not hard to see how aberrant activity in these regions could contribute to symptoms of depression and anxiety.
In the apes and lemurs, on the contrary, the ground-dwellers are the aberrant forms, stray wanderers from the host.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
These aberrant lines are much more common in the dramatic blank verse of the seventeenth century.
In the second case an aberrant artery was given off from the radial side of the brachial artery, again almost at its origin.
ON THE GENESIS OF SPECIESST. GEORGE MIVART
This aberrant artery anastomosed below the elbow-joint with the radial side of the radial artery.
ON THE GENESIS OF SPECIESST. GEORGE MIVART
There was another article on aberrant cases—a few strange little misbehaviors in classical syndromes.
BADGE OF INFAMYLESTER DEL REY
Black went first, then Garth, into an inner hallway, which was saturated with this aberrant radiance.
THE GRAY MASKWADSWORTH CAMP
It is to be observed, however, that what Mr. MacLeay calls the aberrant groups are usually also resolvable into two.
Some have regarded them as aberrant Teleosts, possibly as freakish catfishes.

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