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" Let a moderate supply of warmth reach its watery cradle, and the plastic matter undergoes changes so rapid, and yet so steady and purposelike in their succession, that one can only compare them to those operated by a skilled modeller upon a formless lump... "
The Divine Pedigree of Man; Or, The Testimony of Evolution and Psychology to ... - Page 277
by Thomson Jay Hudson - 1899 - 379 pages
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Some Modern Difficulties: Nine Lectures

Sabine Baring-Gould - Good and evil - 1875 - 181 pages
...globule, in its watery cradle, and the plastic matter undergoes changes so rapid, and yet so steady and purposelike in their succession, that one can only...is divided and subdivided into smaller and smaller proportions, until it is reduced to an aggregation of granules not too large to build withal the finest...
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Some modern difficulties, 9 lectures

Sabine Baring Gould - 1875
...globule, in its watery cradle, and the plastic matter undergoes changes so rapid, and yet so steady and purposelike in their succession, that one can only...is divided and subdivided into smaller and smaller proportions, until it is reduced to an aggregation of granules not too large to build withal the finest...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 19

English periodicals - 1885
...purpose-like in their succession that one can only compare them to those operated by a skilled modeller in a formless lump of clay. As with an invisible trowel the mass is divided into smaller and smaller portions, until it is reduced to an aggregation of granules not too large...
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Philistinism: Plain Words Concerning Certain Forms of Modern Scepticism

Richard Heber Newton - Apologetics - 1885 - 332 pages
...and purpose-like in their succession, that one can compare them only to those operated by a skilful modeller upon a formless lump of clay. As with an invisible tro-wel the mass is divided. * * * And then, it is as if a delicate finger traced out the line to be occupied by the spinal column, and moulded...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 2

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1887
...purposelike in their succession that one can only compare them to those operated by a skilled modeler upon a formless lump of clay. As with an invisible...an aggregation of granules not too large to build withul the finest fabrics of the nascent organism. And, then, it is as if a delicate finger traced...
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Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or ..., Volume 29

Victoria Institute (Great Britain) - Religion and science - 1897
...plastic matter undergoes changes sO rapid, and yet so steady and purposelike in their succession, that we can only compare them to those operated by a skilled...smaller and smaller portions, until it is reduced to an aggregate of granules not too large to build withal the finest fabrics of the nascent organism. And...
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The Omaha Clinic, Volume 1

Medical - 1888
...TH Huxley, speaking of the changes which take place in protoplasm as seen under the microscope says: "As with an invisible trowel the mass is divided and...portions, until it is reduced to an aggregation of gramiles not too large to build withal! the finest fabrics of the nascent organism. After watching...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature: A Biographical and ..., Volume 8

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1899
...warmth reach its watery cradle, and the plastic matter undergoes changes so rapid, and yet so steady and purposelike in their succession, that one can only...granules not too large to build withal the finest fragments of the nascent organism. And, then, it is as if a delicate finger traced out the line to...
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The world's great masterpieces: history, biography, science, philosophy ...

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton, Nathan Haskell Dole, Julian Hawthorne, Caroline Ticknor - Literature - 1901
...warmth reach its watery cradle, and the plastic matter undergoes changes so rapid, and yet so steady and purposelike in their succession, that one can only...granules not too large to build withal the finest fragments of the nascent organism. And, then, it is as if a delicate finger traced out the line to...
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The Medical Fortnightly, Volumes 31-32

Medicine - 1907
...purpose-like in their succession that one can only compare them to those operated by a skilled modeler upon a formless lump of clay, as with an invisible...smaller and smaller portions, until it is reduced to an aggiegation of granules not too large to build, withal, the finest fabrics of the most nascent organism....
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