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No, I don’t believe in one-eyed giants or three-headed dogs or winged witches or flying horses.
O’Connor notes that no bat-winged dinosaurs appear in the fossil record after the Jurassic Period, so it already seemed likely that they weren’t a successful group of dinosaurs.
Shi–known as China’s “bat woman” for her tireless research on the winged mammal–warned that other bat-borne diseases could easily spill over into human populations again.
In 2012, the same team of researchers speculated in Ichnos that the bipedal Haman tracks might have been made by pterosaurs, winged reptiles that lived alongside dinosaurs.
The voice is the most potent influence of expression, the winged messenger between soul and soul.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
Even the air has its strange denizens in the guise of huge beetles and vampire-winged flying foxes.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
It was one of those moments when his words were winged, and his whole being glowed with love and fire.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
And the winged songsters answered her with little cries that mean "God keep you!"
Among the branches flit birds, and winged genii like little cupids.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW
The emblems on his monument are a branch of beech, a winged A, a wreathed snake and a lamp.

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