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Fryer also noted that the mimetic forms of P. polytes were taken as well as the non-mimetic.
MIMICRY IN BUTTERFLIESREGINALD CRUNDALL PUNNETT
Let us see which of these advantages has directed the development of mimetic tendencies among spiders.
Of these were mimetic dances, representing mythological scenes.
THE HISTORICAL CHILDOSCAR CHRISMAN
Aristotle speaks of Mimetic dances three hundred years before the Augustan era.
A HISTORY OF PANTOMIMER. J. BROADBENT
The second and third of these laws are confirmed by what we know of mimetic resemblances among spiders.
The wordy pietism of one school, the mimetic rites of another, the romping heroics of the third, are degenerate forms.
Happy now, indeed, for all manner of mimetic, half-original men!
THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONTHOMAS CARLYLE
Mimetic Colouration, or the resemblance of one animal to another.
Invisible dramatis persona, that subsist, with airy tongues, upon the mimetic art of the Comedian.
The various positions were defined by rule; hands and arms played an important part in the mimetic action.

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