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Hence arises a great variety of impressions and remarks which we accordingly find in this journal.

Hence in the adult the left side of the superior mesenteric vessel gives rise to the vasa intestini tenuis.

Hence the complete picture they give of life is of necessity fallacious: they can only represent what is unusual.

A Chesterton CalendarG. K. Chesterton

Hence to go and return over the same mile, whether on the level or on the hill-side, takes ½ an hour.

A Tangled TaleLewis Carroll

As the individuals of a given species have all the same definition, and hence the same essence, they are all one.

Hence the motives of his conduct to Apaecides, strengthened as these were, in that instance, by his passion for Ione.

The Last Days of PompeiiEdward George Bulwer-Lytton

Another very neat Horn Book with the Horn in front, hence its name, is also on view.

Banbury Chap BooksEdwin Pearson

Hence the very general limitation of local revenues to certain typical forms.

Hence it could not be surprising that the storm of popular opinion made itself heard with a louder and a louder sound.

These flocks do much damage to the grain, and hence are known as Jowaree and Cholum birds.

Indian BirdsDouglas Dewar

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