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Network very similar to that of Dictyosoma trigonizon, figured in my Monograph, Taf.

It is my plan to follow this monograph with a second on the history of Shakespeare in Denmark.

For further and more detailed information, reference is made to the monograph of the Chief of Ordnance.

From this partisan point of view only then the monograph is very much of a success.

This would constitute a very curious fact if the matter were left where Professor Hartt left it when his monograph was written.

Nights With Uncle RemusJoel Chandler Harris

Some time in the near future I shall write a monograph on the subject, with particular reference to your individual case.

If you are supplying a monograph or photocopy, or have a book to return, call and tell us.

He also wrote a work on astronomy, and a monograph on fevers.

The Popes and ScienceJames J. Walsh

If the monograph prove useful to the student of American history, it will meet the expectations of author and editor.

Fugitive SlavesMarion Gleason McDougall

Then you're not going to write a monograph on the real nature of termites, as you'd planned?

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