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Physicists have proved most two-element hydrogen hybrids to be dead ends, but the new three-element blend marks a potentially significant advance into the world of complex chimera materials.
It is significant only for everyday purposes, and in philosophy can only serve to set up a chimera.
But is it a remembrance, or only a chimera of my own overwrought brain struggling with a subject it will not let drop?
Some sinister and definitely malignant intelligence was focussed upon him; or was this a chimera of his imagination?
The old man merely spoke these concluding words: "You have done well, your book was a chimera."
It is plain that the French were charmed by the dashing Virginian and his Vincennes chimera.
To control a Parisian populace has hitherto been deemed a chimera.
Either knowledge of reality is complete knowledge, or else it is a chimera.
Yes, a chimera, a piece of childishness, and I have condemned it myself in the name of truth and reason.
Indeed, the Law of the Dissipation of Energy is an intelligent and well-supported denial of the chimera of perpetual motion.
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