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Thus their colours are not original, their dissimilitude being only external and superficial.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME IX (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON
There are also several external causes of cold; the first of which is dissimilitude of minds and manners.
There are also several external causes of cold, the first of which is dissimilitude of minds and manner, n. 246.
The separate sphere of influence occupied by kites and gulls sufficiently explains the dissimilitude of their plumage.
JUNGLE FOLKDOUGLAS DEWAR
What do you think now, noble commander, of this apt dissimilitude?'
THE EVE OF ALL-HALLOWS, V. 2 OF 3MATTHEW WELD HARTSTONGE
One was done while I was very unwell; the other in my health, which may account for their dissimilitude.
Dissimilitude of internal inclinations is the origin and cause of cold, 275.
The mountaineers then become a distinct nation, cut off by dissimilitude of speech from conversation with their neighbours.
Here, however, the "coincidences" offer a striking dissimilitude.
Here, then, if anywhere, we may expect to find the radical essential dissimilitude which is spoken of.
THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHNFREDERICK DENISON MAURICE

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