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" ... invisible. These animals are of a great variety of shapes and sizes, and in such prodigious numbers, that, in a short time, the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common... "
La Belle Assemblée - Página 56
1818
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The microscope; its history, construction, and application

Jabez Hogg - 1858 - 607 páginas
...appears to be alive and in motion. The most common form is that of a star, with arms or tentacles, which are moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may be mistaken for pieces of the rock, and are generally...
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Rudiments of Geology

William Chambers - 1859 - 226 páginas
...appears to be alive and in motion. The most common form is that of a star, with arms or tentacula, which are moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish that they may be mistaken for pieces of the rock, and are generally...
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Poems of James Montgomery

James Montgomery - 1860 - 379 páginas
...such prodigious numbers that, in a short time, the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common worm is in the form of...with a rapid motion in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may be mistaken for pieces of the rock ; and are generally...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation, Volumen28

Thomas Milner - 1860
...surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common of the worms at Loo Choo was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish,...
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Poems of James Montgomery

James Montgomery - 1860 - 379 páginas
...such prodigious numbers that, in a short time, the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common worm is in the form of a star, with anus from four to six inches long, which are moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably...
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Training school reader. [Ed.] by W.J. Unwin

William Jordan Unwin - 1862
...whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common of the worms at Loo-Choo is in the form of a star, with arms from four to six...with a rapid motion, in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may be mistaken for pieces of the rock, and are generally...
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Reading Book

1864
...such prodigious numbers, that, in a short time, the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common worm is in the form of...from four to six inches long, which are moved about in all directions with a rapid motion, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may...
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Scripture natural history [by M.F. Maude].

Mary Fawler Maude - 1864
...such prodigious numbers, that in a short time the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive, and in motion. The most common worm is in the form of...from four to six inches long, which are moved about in a rapid motion, in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may...
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The Mysteries of the Ocean

Arthur Mangin - 1868 - 470 páginas
...surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common of the worms at Loo Choo was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1867 - 112 páginas
...motion. * 62. ' ' The most common of the worms at Loo-Choo (an island in the Pacific east of China), was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish...
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