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Groups of people come and go like figures on a lantern-slide.
THE WAYS OF MENELIOT GREGORY
The two groups of belligerents stood intellectually on different planes.
ENGLAND AND GERMANYEMILE JOSEPH DILLON
The fora and atria were overcrowded with bronze and marble statues and groups.
A MANUAL OF THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF ARTG. G. (GUSTAVUS GEORGE) ZERFFI
They are either ideal figures, or groups where at least the central figure is idealized and commonly known.
ART PRINCIPLESERNEST GOVETT
These two names (Aryan and Semite), then, signify today rather two groups of peoples than two distinct races.
HISTORY OF ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONCHARLES SEIGNOBOS
These groups, or similar ones, are now to be seen in the Crystal Palace at Sydenham.
PRACTICAL TAXIDERMYMONTAGU BROWNE
The artists of Doccia excelled in modelling, and many of their groups are beautifully executed.
THE CERAMIC ARTJENNIE J. YOUNG
We have before us then a number of groups of butterflies each with a series of different colour patterns.
MIMICRY IN BUTTERFLIESREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
Such testimony is irrefutable, and is to groups of peoples what articulate speech is to the individual in the zoological scale.
RUSSIA: ITS PEOPLE AND ITS LITERATUREEMILIA PARDO BAZÁN
What sort of means do the groups use to promote their interests?
INTRODUCTION TO THE SCIENCE OF SOCIOLOGYROBERT E. PARK