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" Then, he cautiously raised himself up, his tongue flaming from his mouth the while, curved over the nest, and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds... "
Nature's serial story - Page 254
by Edward Payson Roe - 1885 - 430 pages
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 15

1865
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...their domicile of the head and neck of this archenemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. Not finding the object of his search, he came streaming...
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Wake-robin

John Burroughs - Birds - 1871 - 231 pages
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...domicile of the head and neck of this arch-enemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. Not finding the object of his search, he came streaming...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 69

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1884
...beneath which, in long festoons, rested a huge black-snake. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...tempter and the cause of all our woe, and wonders if the Arch-One is not playing off some of his pranks before him. Whether we call it snake or devil matters...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 69

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Literary Criticism - 1884
...beneath which, in long festoons, rested a huge black-snake. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...tempter and the cause of all our woe, and wonders if the Arcli-One is not playing off some of his pranks before him. Whether we call it snake or devil matters...
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HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE

harper's monthly magazine - 1884
...which, in long festoons, rested a huge black-snake. I can conceive of nothing more overpowering!*' terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...great myth, of the tempter and the cause of all our 448 . «egp^ ^r— .•• :>«••. Л\« /VV-v' -Val'' Stöi woe, and wonders if the Arch-One is...
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Wake-robin

John Burroughs - Birds - 1884 - 304 pages
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...domicile of the head and neck of this arch-enemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. Not finding the object of his search, he came streaming...
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Wake-Robin. Author's ed

John Burroughs - 1884
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...domicile of the head and neck of this arch-enemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. Not finding the object of his search, he came streaming...
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The New Franklin Fifth Reader: With a New Elocutionary Treatise, Essentials ...

Loomis Joseph Campbell - Elocution - 1884 - 432 pages
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...above their domicile of the head and neck of this arch enemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. ing one of the parent birds. That a legless,...
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The Writings of John Burroughs: Wake-robin

John Burroughs - Natural history - 1895
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...their domicile of the head and neck of this archenemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. Not finding the object of his search, he came streaming...
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Wake-Robin

John Burroughs - 1895
...and, with wavy, subtle motions, explored the interior. I can conceive of nothing more overpoweringly terrible to an unsuspecting family of birds than the...their domicile of the head and neck of this archenemy. It is enough to petrify the blood in their veins. Not finding the object of his search, he came streaming...
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