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The inner ends of the burrows were enlarged with a depression in the floor, where the eggs were laid.
SUMMER BIRDS FROM THE YUCATAN PENINSULAERWIN E. KLAAS
A moderately enlarged testis (probably regressing) was noted in the specimen from Pisté, on July 21.
SUMMER BIRDS FROM THE YUCATAN PENINSULAERWIN E. KLAAS
The church has lately been much enlarged, and the long-standing rebuke no more exists.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
In 1763 the chapel was enlarged, and at the same time a little more land was added to the graveyard.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
It has since been enlarged, and is now much more ornamental as well as being useful.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
He afterwards enlarged his model and adopted a flatter pattern, and arrived at the greatest perfection about 1700.
VIOLINS AND VIOLIN MAKERSJOSEPH PEARCE
The upper and lower end blocks have been enlarged in many instances to obtain a better hold on the upper and lower table.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
The state is but the enlarged household and the head of the state is its religious representative.
THE RELIGION OF ANCIENT ROMECYRIL BAILEY
In Marmota the baculum is greatly enlarged at the posterior end and forms a shieldlike surface.
GENERA AND SUBGENERA OF CHIPMUNKSJOHN A. WHITE
Unhappily, those signs of activity in it decreased, instead of being enlarged and deepened.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON

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