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Lola

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Lola is written by Henny Kindermann. It is hoped that this little work may assist in the search along the dark path upon which many a poet and--in later times--many an investigator has set his feet. It would not be worthy of us, whom science and technical ability has raised to so high an intellectual position as explorers of Nature in every field--should we neglect anything however trivial, deeming it as beneath our notice.

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Lives of Eminent Zoologists

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Lives of Eminent Zoologists is written by William MacGillivray. Although the lives of studious men may, generally speaking, present fewer striking incidents than those of warriors, navigators, and politicians, yet the memoirs of naturalists are always extremely interesting, on account of the connexion in which they are necessarily placed with whatever is curious, beautiful, or sublime in creation.

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The Life of the Bee

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The Life of the Bee is written by Maurice Maeterlinck. One of the most curious of books that have appeared in many months is "The Life of the Bee," by Maurice Maeterlinck. From one point of view it is a nature book--a conscientious and intimate study of bee life, showing not only diligent reading, but dose personal observation.

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Life of Charles Darwin

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Life of Charles Darwin is written by George Thomas Bettany. Darwin revealed himself so largely in his books, that a vivid picture of much of his life can be extracted from them. Thus it has been found possible to combine much biographical interest with sketches of his most important works.

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The Self-Registering Instruments

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The Self-Registering Instruments is written by Robert P. Multhauf. The development of self-registering meteorological instruments began very shortly after that of scientific meteorological observation itself.

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Home Range of the Eastern Cottontail

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Home Range of the Eastern Cottontail is written by Donald W. Janes. A knowledge of the home range and movements of the cottontail (Sylvilagus floridanus) is one of the most important prerequisites for estimating effectively its numbers and managing its populations.

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History of the Warfare of Science

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History of the Warfare of Science is written by Andrew Dickson White. This book contends that the discussions which threatened to disrupt various religious bodies were not between science and religion, but between science and dogmatic theology.

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Heart and Science

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Heart and Science is written by Wilkie Collins. An anti-vivisection novel.

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Heads and Tales

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Heads and Tales is written by Various Authors. Compiled and selected by Adam White, late Assistant in the Zoological department, British Museum.

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Great Astronomers

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Great Astronomers is written by Robert Stawell Ball. It has been my object in these pages to present the life of each astronomer in such detail as to enable the reader to realise in some degree the man's character and surroundings; and I have endeavoured to indicate as clearly as circumstances would permit the main features of the discoveries by which he has become known.

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