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It is for the information of such as these that this chapter is mainly intended, not for scientists or miners of large experience.

Getting GoldJ. C. F. Johnson

The photomicrographs all showed a uniform peculiarity, which the scientists could not explain.

Quite a few naturalists and scientists believe that the animals' love for man was acquired and not natural.

Thus each generation of scientists accepts from its predecessors a trust for the future.

The Next StepScott Nearing

In addition it gained him the esteem of a new circle of scientists and that a decidedly exclusive circle.

The Meaning of EvolutionSamuel Christian Schmucker

"I don't know that I can speak for the entire group of scientists present," he said.

The UnlearnedRaymond F. Jones

By this we mean, that ordinary people, other than naturalists or scientists, little understand the habits and value of skunk.

Fur Farming For ProfitHermon Basil Laymon

He had a sudden thought that the scientists might be prisoners on one of the vintas, then rejected it.

The Pirates of ShanHarold Leland Goodwin

The four scientists discussed the problem and referred to geologic maps.

At the end of that time an excited official communicated with the leader of the American scientists.

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