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" His eyes began to flash fiercer fire as we stood motionless on the defensive, and the crest of short hair which stands on his forehead began to twitch rapidly up and down, while his powerful fangs were shown as he again sent forth a thunderous roar. And... "
Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - Página 527
editado por - 1861
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1862
...sometimes been tempted to take it, where I did not see the animal. So deep is it that it seems to proceed less from the mouth and throat, than from the deep chest and vast paunch." In his diet, the gorilla is reported as being a strict vegetarian. If this is true, we must regard...
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The Baptist youth's magazine, with which the Baptist children's magazine is ...

Joseph Foulkes Winks
...sometimes been tempted to take it where I did not see the animal. So deep is it that it seems to proceed less from the mouth and throat than from the deep...chest and vast paunch. His eyes began to flash fiercer as we stood motionless on the defensive, and the crest of short hair which stands on his forehead began...
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The African Repository, Volumen37

1861
...sometimes been tempted to take it where I did not see the animal. So deep is it that it seems to proceed less from the mouth and throat than from the deep...again sent forth a thunderous roar. And now truly ho reminded me of nothing but some hellish dream creature — a being of that hideous order, half man...
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The Eclectic Review, Volumen5;Volumen113

William Hendry Stowell - 1861
...sometimes been tempted to take it where I did not see the animal. So deep is it that it seems to proceed less from the mouth and throat than from the deep...to twitch rapidly up and down, while his powerful fange were shown as he again sent forth a thunderous roar. And now truly he reminded me of nothing...
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Marvels and Mysteries of Instinct: Or, Curiosities of Animal Life

G. Garratt - 1862 - 433 páginas
...noise heard in these African woods, and closely resembles the roll of distant thunder along the sky. " His eyes began to flash fiercer fire as we stood motionless...truly, he reminded me of nothing but some hellish dream-creature —a being of that hideous order, half man, half beast, which we find pictured by old...
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Methodist Review, Volumen44

1862
...vision, thus stood before us the king of the African forest. . . . His eyes began to flash fiercer as we stood motionless on the defensive, and the crest...now truly he reminded me of nothing but some hellish dream-creature, a being of that hideous order, half man, half beast, which we find pictured by old...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

1862
...vision, thus stood before us the king of the African forest. . . . His eyes began to flash fiercer as we stood motionless on the defensive, and the crest...now truly he reminded me of nothing but some hellish dream-creature, a being of that hideous order, half man, half beast, which we find pictured by old...
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Wild sports of the world

James Greenwood (journalist.) - 1862
...roar. "His eyes began to flash fiercer as we stood motionless on the defensive, and the crest of his short hair which stands on his forehead began to twitch...powerful fangs were shown as he again sent forth a thundering roar. And now truly he reminded me of nothing but some hellish dream creature — a being...
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The London Review, Volumen17

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1862
...sometimes been tempted to take it when I did not see the animal. So deep is it that it seems to proceed less from the mouth and throat than from the deep chest and vast paunch. c His eyes began to flash fiercer fire as we stood motionless on the defensive ; and the crest of short...
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The first (-sixth) 'Standard' reader, Parte5

1863
...sometimes been tempted to take it where I did not see the animal. So deep is it that it seems to proceed less from the mouth and throat than from the deep...now truly he reminded me of nothing but some hellish dreamcreature—a being of that hideous order, half man, half beast, which we find pictured by old...
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