The microscope cannot find the animalcule which is less perfect for being little.
His first form is that which is permanent in the animalcule.
But man contemplates the universe as an animalcule would an elephant.
An animalcule that does not wriggle must be morbid or peculiar.
In the light of such a rle the animalcule takes on a new interest.
Animalcule (an-i-malkūl), a general name given to many forms of animal life from their minute size.
Indeed, too sadly so, and I dare apply but a flash of the microscope to the rageing dilemmas of this animalcule.
Before taking leave of the animalcule, let us devote a few lines to its instinct.
More surely than the eagle escapes the arrow, the animalcule escapes being crushed.
Shall physical or chemical forces explain why the animalcule digs into the hard clay?