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From such trifles as uvulas and tonsils they went on to ovaries and appendices until at last no one's inside was safe.
HEARTBREAK HOUSEGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Its conclusions, with which the author is in substantial agreement, are therefore added in the form of notes and appendices.
GLIMPSES INTO THE ABYSSMARY HIGGS
Some less offensive mode might have been adopted, by the employment of errata, or appendices, or addenda.
DEALINGS WITH THE DEAD, VOLUME I (OF 2)A SEXTON OF THE OLD SCHOOL
On the contrary, in this latest work, Vreede's "Catalogue," we find frequent quotations from Raffles' appendices.
A VISIT TO JAVAW. BASIL WORSFOLD
The appendices present the methodology of the survey and the definitions employed.
THE CHURCH ON THE CHANGING FRONTIERHELEN O. BELKNAP
There are appendices on the antiquity of fly-fishing, and on a day's angling in France.
LITERARY CELEBRITIES OF THE ENGLISH LAKE-DISTRICTFREDERICK SESSIONS
Hence, as stated, the appendices and the spiral fold are found to vary in inverse ratio to each other.
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN PERITONEUM AND ABDOMINAL CAVITYGEORGE. S. HUNTINGTON
Filaments of equal length with the petals, with 1–2 appendices at the base.
THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHILIPPINEST. H. PARDO DE TAVERA
We would remind the reader that in the confessions and the appendices we have had at hand only stenographic reports.
THE CRIMINAL IMBECILEHENRY HERBERT GODDARD
See also the Appendices of this volume for further information on the first voyage.