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It makes our lungs—and the lungs of all mammals—look primitive.

Mesonotum: the primitively upper surface of the 2d or middle thoracic ring.

It is formed by a fenestration of a primitively continuous cartilaginous coracoid plate (Hoffmann).

One of these bones, the propercular, is very constant and is primitively attached along the outer edge of the hyomandibular.

Therefore, by herself, the soul is primitively evil, and is the first evil.

Primitively the Mammalian cerebrum, like that of the lower Vertebrata, is quite smooth.

Primitively, the conflict began by those in front enslaving those behind—the minority enslaving the majority.

In whatever way it may be distributed, the majority will be primitively poor.

Primitively, all the instruction to medical students was given by those actually engaged in the practice of medicine.

They are not made to answer the purpose for which dzedis were primitively raised.

The Life or Legend of GaudamaRight Reverend Paul Ambroise Bigandet

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