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At the junctions of the arches are small grotesque heads very well executed.
They travel at a very fair pace, but waste much time at the stopping-places, and whole hours at junctions.
After the formation of their junctions with the segmental duct, other changes soon take place in the segmental tubes.
In the anterior part of the body these junctions appear before the commencement of stage L.
At intervals there are junctions for service connections, with street boxes and covers serving as inspection chambers.
The vast accumulations of sand at the junctions of every creek were particularly remarkable.
In the whole body there are, of course, millions of these nerve junctions.
PHYSIOLOGYERNEST G. MARTIN
They are chiefly found along the fertile valleys through which run large rivers, and at their junctions with one another.
At such junctions as Hellifield these natural products of the moorland may be seen stacked by the ton.
I thought that all artistic people looked on junctions and railway lines as blots on the landscape.
CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSIONGEORGE BERNARD SHAW

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