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The tides are noticed as being “very swift and dangerous,” and the “current” is described as equalling that at Bordeaux.
THE INDIAN IN HIS WIGWAMHENRY R. SCHOOLCRAFT
I loved that boy as a brother, and he returned my affection with a fervor, equalling that of a trusting woman.
THE PORTLAND SKETCH BOOKVARIOUS
A beautiful sight they were, quite equalling in grace and stateliness the lordly deer.
THE HUNTERS' FEASTMAYNE REID
Other peoples, such as the Assyrians and Persians, also followed the practice, though hardly equalling Egyptian methods.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
Lower tentacular cirrus about equalling a tentacle in length, the dorsal longer, both of similar form.
JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY, VOL. 11. NO. 1.VARIOUS
Many more varieties, nearly equalling the above, may be selected; but we are not aware that any improvement would be made.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
Picked at the right stage, they are a fine article of diet, almost equalling oysters.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
The tremendous roars he uttered, equalling that of ten bulls together, so appalled his companions that they took to flight.
NOTABLE VOYAGERSW.H.G. KINGSTON AND HENRY FRITH
Excluding this very narrow, prolonged, occludent margin, the adductor plate projects for a length equalling the rest of the valve.
A MONOGRAPH ON THE SUB-CLASS CIRRIPEDIA (VOLUME 2 OF 2)CHARLES DARWIN
Size of No. 375b, but much darker; black bars below equalling white ones in width; darkest bird of group.
COLOR KEY TO NORTH AMERICAN BIRDSFRANK M. CHAPMAN

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