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To these instances we shall have occasion to advert in the course of this work.

Do you know if Darwin, or any of his Followers, or Antagonists, advert to this?

I must advert for a moment to the familiar conception of a maximum or a minimum.

Of this we shall by and by have to advert more particularly.

I am sorry to be obliged to advert to this subject; but I know there is occasion.

To advert now to the subjects of those of December the 12th and 16th.

I advert to the circumstance again because it is connected with the present inquiry.

But the latter was too much afraid of a rebuff to advert to it.

Let us advert here to two instances only, that is to say, Boyce and Purcell.

He, however, did not advert, that instruction must be insinuated rather than enforced.

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