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Ehwald favoured quod (KB 48), but all except one of the passages he cited are instances of quod superest or quod reliquum est.
The crevices where racers hibernate are known to be several feet deep in some instances, extending well below the frost line.
NATURAL HISTORY OF THE RACER COLUBER CONSTRICTORHENRY S. FITCH
The slaves advertised, in some instances, to my own knowledge, belong to Secessionists in Prices army.
CHARLES SUMNER; HIS COMPLETE WORKS, VOLUME 7 (OF 20)CHARLES SUMNER
I want you to notice the contrast, and that is why I have mentioned these instances of what I may call his animal bravery.
AMOS HUNTINGDONT.P. WILSON
The flat but narrow leaves of Jonquils, Daffodils, and the cylindrical leaf of Onions are other instances.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
Organ grinding in New York was once a very profitable business, and even now pays well in some instances.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF NEW YORK LIFEJAMES D. MCCABE
In a number of instances, however, in the more ignorant parts of the State, the votes were insolently refused.
They inhabit the intestine of man and animals, and cause, in some instances, dysentery.
MORE SCIENCE FROM AN EASY CHAIRSIR E. RAY (EDWIN RAY) LANKESTER
Cancer of the liver in some instances does, and in others does not, produce dropsy of the bowels.
These forays were in some instances accompanied by wanton excesses and needless bloodshed.