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They were 'ravaged by disease, and literally decimated year by year in the process of acclimatization.'
The research upon acclimatization is considerable, although there is far from unanimity of opinion in regard to its findings.
Another advantage upon the Boer side consists in complete acclimatization and perfect knowledge of the country.
The acclimatization of tropical people in temperate regions will never be a question of widespread importance.
This is sometimes called acclimatization, but it proves the contention, whichever way it is interpreted.
If acclimatization signifies becoming a bundle of sharp bones and saddle-coloured parchment, I have no doubt of it at all.
To hasten the acclimatization of a tender variety, I cut scionwood from such unions early in the winter, storing it until spring.
It may be remarked at the outset that acclimatization attempts in the Old World have generally been abortive.
After three weeks of acclimatization, we moved up to the front line and ourselves took over a section of the defences.
There are fowls, too, in the Garden of Acclimatization; also in the large stables of the omnibus and cab companies.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 1HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS

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