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If she has not her lover like the rest, she is to be unpaired; and ashamed of being so, she is afraid to show herself.
A PHILOSOPHICAL DICTIONARY, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)FRANOIS-MARIE AROUET (AKA VOLTAIRE)
The unpaired dorsal fin develops as a continuous thickening, which then grows up into a projecting fold of columnar cells.
The cerebral rudiment is still quite unpaired and exhibits no sign of becoming constricted into two lobes.
Professor Darlste His, and more recently Klliker, have stated that there is no such unpaired anterior section of the heart.
Unpaired tentacle situated well caudad, more slender than the paired ones but nearly as long.
The gamekeeper said during breeding season he had never observed a single or unpaired partridge.
As Wilson has proved, the unpaired body is not a universal feature even in those orders in which it has been observed.
The majority for the second reading of the Bill was 33, and no fewer than 108 peers were absent from the division unpaired.
LORD LYONS: A RECORD OF BRITISH DIPLOMACYTHOMAS WODEHOUSE LEGH NEWTON
The sphenethmoid region was certainly not a large, unpaired unit as in the Diplocercines.
These spines may be imbedded in the flesh in front of the paired or unpaired fins, or may be attached to the tail.
THE VERTEBRATE SKELETONSIDNEY H. REYNOLDS

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