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The Children's Life of the Bee

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The Children's Life of the Bee is written by Maurice Maeterlinck. This act will always bring poverty with it and sometimes ruin; and the people who once were so happy are scattered abroad in obedience to a law that they recognize to be greater than their own happiness.

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The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing

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The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing is written by Watson Smith. With regard to the preparation of fur by acid mixtures for felting, mentioned in the last lecture, I will tell you what I think I should recommend. In all wool and fur there is a certain amount of grease, and this may vary in different parts of the material.

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The Chemistry of Food and Nutrition

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The Chemistry of Food and Nutrition is written by A. W. Duncan. A comparison of flesh and vegetable food, shows in flesh an excessive quantity of proteid matter, a very small quantity of glycogen (the animal equivalent of starch and sugar) and a variable quantity of fat.

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The Brain, A Decoded Enigma

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The Brain, A Decoded Enigma is written by Dorin T. Moisa. Thus, one of the main hardware functions of the brain is to make models of the external reality and to predict, by simulation on the model, the possible evolution of the associated external reality.

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The Botanic Garden Part II

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The Botanic Garden Part II is written by Erasmus Darwin. Two males one female. I have lately observed a very singular circumstance in this flower; the two males stand widely diverging from each other, and the female bends herself into contact first with one of them, and after some time leaves this, and applies herself to the other.

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The American Goliah

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The American Goliah is written by Anonymous. There is perfect harmony in the different proportions of the different parts of the statue. The features are strictly Caucasian, having not the high bones of the Indian type, neither the outlines of the Negro race.

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The Aeroplane Speaks

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The Aeroplane Speaks is written by H. Barber. The Angle of Incidence would have two Angles and two Cambers in one, which was manifestly absurd; the Surface insisted upon no thickness whatever, and would not hear of such things as Spars and Ribs; and the Thrust objected to anything at all likely to produce Drift, and very nearly wiped the whole thing off the Blackboard.

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Fungi

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Fungi is written by Mordecai Cubitt Cooke. The most casual observer of Nature recognizes in almost every instance that comes under his notice in every-day life, without the aid of logical definition, the broad distinctions between an animal, a plant, and a stone.

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Fragments of Science, vol. 1-2

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Fragments of Science, vol. 1-2 is written by John Tyndall. Here we have atoms between which a strong attraction is exercised, and also atoms between which a weak attraction is exercised. One atom can jostle another out of its place in virtue of a superior force of attraction.

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Forest Neighbors

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Forest Neighbors is written by William Davenport Hulbert. Spring came at last, and many of the male beavers prepared to leave home for a while. The ladies seemed to prefer not to be bothered by the presence of men-folk during the earliest infancy of the children.

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