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His animal stories are marvels of sympathetic science and literary exactness.
ASA HOLMESANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Well may the old herbalist call this "one of the marvels of this land; we may say of the world."
LANCASHIRE FOLK-LOREJOHN HARLAND
This letter had been kept from him, I guess by whom, and there was other clash of marvels wrought by her, I know not what.
A MONK OF FIFEANDREW LANG
Now, when they told Arthur how they had sped, Arthur said, “Which of these marvels will it be best for us to seek first?”
THE MABINOGIONLADY CHARLOTTE GUEST
While her new protector was away, Barbara not only made the suggested changes, but she did marvels with the chiffon.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
The whole machinery of Gothic invention could hardly be worked; its marvels had ceased to be wondrous, and began to be ridiculed.
AMENITIES OF LITERATUREISAAC DISRAELI
Among the marvels of education, this was the most marvellous.
THE EDUCATION OF HENRY ADAMSHENRY ADAMS
He marvels that men can be such wonderful, such super-human fools; his philosophy changes.
MEN, WOMEN AND GUNSH. C. (HERMAN CYRIL) MCNEILE
But after arriving at that point he wrote but little more by reason of the marvels that God had wondrously revealed to him.
ON PRAYER AND THE CONTEMPLATIVE LIFEST. THOMAS AQUINAS
The marvels performed by those who are supposed to possess this mysterious art transcend all the bounds of credulity.
FETICHISM IN WEST AFRICAROBERT HAMILL NASSAU