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The interdependence of animal upon animal, of animal upon plant, of plant upon animal, is enforced in many ways by Darwin.
LIFE OF CHARLES DARWING. T. (GEORGE THOMAS) BETTANY
So much, then, for the interdependence of the various economic groups under the present forms of society.
THE NEXT STEPSCOTT NEARING
There is thus presented in mere outline a general view of the interdependence of lower and higher orders of organism.
It is on this belief of oneness, this interrelationship and interdependence that all Burke's deepest practical wisdom is based.
MYSTICISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURECAROLINE F. E. SPURGEON
In Greece the principle of the interdependence of language, metre, and musical sound was carried very far.
The elements of geography serve to emphasise the interdependence of men—the very earliest lesson in civic instruction.
The substance of the universe is activity; the law of the universe is interdependence.
We have given our chief attention to the interdependence of social phenomena and psychic characteristics.
That need is the burden of most that has been written in the preceding pages when dealing with the facts of interdependence.
Playthings should be shared, help given and received, and the idea of interdependence brought out.
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE FOR GIRLSMARGUERITE STOCKMAN DICKSON

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