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Unlike his pony prototypes, his was a lengthy, arched neck, held high from narrowing withers and a short back.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
They were the prototypes of the First ironclads before Kinburn later ironclads.
Regarded generally they are of a description quite apart from the prevalent features of their English and Irish prototypes.
IN SEARCH OF GRAVESTONES OLD AND CURIOUSW.T. (WILLIAM THOMAS) VINCENT
Posterity does not trouble the villagers of Switzerland nor their prototypes of other nations around them.
IN SEARCH OF GRAVESTONES OLD AND CURIOUSW.T. (WILLIAM THOMAS) VINCENT
These wild riders of the stormy sky, like their prototypes in the Vedas, personify or typify "rain senders."
Taken even one by one, the modern forms of doctrine are far nobler than their early prototypes.
His moral and religious poems had their prototypes, even in Scotland, in such poets as Johnston and Henryson.
EPHEMERA CRITICAJOHN CHURTON COLLINS
Coffee houses patterned after the English and Continental prototypes were soon established in all the colonies.
ALL ABOUT COFFEEWILLIAM H. UKERS
He also, under the title of "Fantastics," contributed every now and then slight sketches inspired by his French prototypes.
LAFCADIO HEARNNINA H. KENNARD
They secretly agreed to go to the masked ball at the Brevoorts' as their romantic favourites and prototypes.
GREENWICH VILLAGEANNA ALICE CHAPIN

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