BONE


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BONEB-1 Bomber (B-One)
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Come here directly, and set to work on these bones.
He poured the bones into the mortar, and began to pound them--under protest.
If she had succeeded in wounding the man with the first shot of the revolver, she would, doubtless, have escaped the blow with the bone.
Most physiologists believe that the bones of the skull are homologous with--that is correspond in number and in relative connexion with--the elemental parts of a certain number of vertebrae.
Why should similar bones have been created in the formation of the wing and leg of a bat, used as they are for such totally different purposes?
They were bones, white bones, thousands of bones tumbled together in a rocky place, and he, Chaka, stood over the bones and laughed till the earth shook.
The bones were in a fair state of preservation and indicated by their intactness that the flesh had probably been picked from them by vultures as none was broken; but the pieces of equipment bore out the suggestion of their great age.
The bones were those of a large man--a man of wondrous strength and vitality Tarzan knew he must have been to have penetrated thus far through the dangers of Africa with such a ponderous yet at the same time futile armament.
We'll give up bones today and have eyes instead; that will be more interesting to you," added Rose, seeing no ardent thirst for physiological information in his face.
This case stood upright in a niche between two book-cases at the back of the room, a darkish corner, where Brother Bones, as the boys would call him, was out of the way.
From the fourth side the bones had been thrown down, and lay promiscuously upon the earth, forming at one point a mound of some size.
As I said these words I busied myself among the pile of bones of which I have before spoken.