Is it about these happy-looking young people of ours, and the future matches that may spring from their pairings—eh, Mrs. Coulter?
M. St. Hilaire describes the pairings, or as he calls it, "the loves of the Moles."
These pairings left Bertram and Kate to each other; and presently they were out-of-doors, drawing on into the woods.
When the pairings were posted on the bulletin board Kitts was in the upper half and Windy in the lower one.
The same diagram equally well represents the pairings and segregations of chromosomes.