Thesaurus / nares
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He shook him roughly, grinning as he did it, and then Nares' self-control suddenly left him.

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Consult the new edition of Nares' Glossary, voce Walsingham.

Or the leaves of the wild primrose may be distilled, and the nares bathed with the juice.

The pre-orbital vacuities are small or absent, and the nares are large and placed far forwards.

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(b) Nares suggests that the proper name is “Cratch Cradle,” and is derived from the archaic word cratch, meaning a manger.

This illustration was overlooked by Nares, to whose Glossary you refer.

Nares glanced at his older companion and saw that there was still concern in his face.

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What he and Nares talked about was of no particular consequence.

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Besides this, it was evident that Nares was a trifle off his balance.

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Then Nares climbed into the hammock, and once more turned to his companion.

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