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Jimmy, you're the light-weight; jump up on the organ and impale these things on the leaves as I hand 'em
Giuseppe placed the monkey atop of the organ, where the beast, misunderstanding, stood on his head.
Hilaire, both in varieties and in species, that when any part or organ is repeated many times in the structure of the same individual (as the vertebrae in snakes, and the stamens in polyandrous flowers) the number is variable; whereas the number of the same part or organ, when it occurs in lesser numbers, is constant.
When we see any part or organ developed in a remarkable degree or manner in any species, the fair presumption is that it is of high importance to that species; nevertheless the part in this case is eminently liable to variation.
But there might be some one at the organ who could tell us how the stage came to be suddenly darkened.
I gave orders that no one was to go down to the lights and I posted a fireman in front of the gas-man's box beside the organ.
The family went to hear the word of God; but she went alone into her little chamber; there was only room for a bed and chair to stand in it; and here she sat down with her Prayer-Book; and whilst she read with a pious mind, the wind bore the strains of the organ towards her, and she raised her tearful countenance, and said, "O God, help me
If you are an entire stranger to their race, you might hunt over these two heads for hours, and never discover that organ.
Our bodies are half made up of glands and tubes and organs, occupied in turning heterogeneous food into blood.
In most cases the sewing-machine was not used, the clocks were so worthless that they did not keep correct time--and if they had, in nine cases out of ten there would have been no one in the family who could have told the time of day--while the organ, of course, was rarely used for want of a person who could play upon it.
You must be more careful, Sir,' said Jerry, walking coolly to the chair where he had placed the organ, and setting the stop.
The young cells at the end of the branches of these corallines contain quite immature polypi, yet the vulture-head attached to them, though small, are in every respect perfect When the polypus was removed by a needle from any of th cells, these organs did not appear in the least affected.