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It is curious that a rudimental love of art should co-exist with such a very low state of civilization.

The Malay ArchipelagoAlfred Russell Wallace

You say that "but for the necessity of the rudimental life" there would have been no stars.

But these are possessed by man in his rudimental state in a subordinate sense of the word.

The Articles of FaithJames E. Talmage

There are two bodies—the rudimental and the complete; corresponding with the two conditions of the worm and the butterfly.

Causality, comparison, and other of the nobler faculties, are in them rudimental.

Sometimes, but not often, Bog was a listener at these rudimental concerts.

Round the BlockJohn Bell Bouton

They are a combination of sublimated matter and a rudimental mind.

But for the necessity of the rudimental, prior to the ultimate life, there would have been no bodies such as these.

In the midst of this sterility, the rudimental carcass of the Globe appeared in ridges of sharply-jutting rock.

In fact, in fishes the nasal cavities are rudimental, and do not communicate with the organs of respiration.

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