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" One of my relatives who lives in the West Indies—a splendid fellow, with body an inch and a half long, and bushes of hair on his legs—fastens his house to a plant, and it looks like an oval silk ball. It is very aristocratic and nice. But I think... "
Little Folks in Feathers and Fur - Page 185
by Olive Thorne Miller - 1879
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Little folks in feathers and fur, and others in neither

Olive Thorne Miller - 1880
...mud, because, you must know, there are many greedy insects who will eat every Spider baby they sec. One of my relatives who lives in the West Indies—a...an inch and a half long, and bushes of hair on his legs — fastens his house to a plant, and it looks like an oval silk ball. It is very aristocratic...
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Little Folks in Feathers and Fur, and Others in Neither

Olive Thorne Miller - Zoology - 1880 - 357 pages
...insects who will eat every Spider baby they sec. One of my relatives who lives in the West Indies — a splendid fellow, with body an inch and a half long, and bushes of hair on his legs — fastens his house to a plant, and it looks like an oval silk ball. It is very aristocratic...
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The new century first [-- ] reader, Book 4

Florence E. La Victoire, Hannah Avis Perdue - Foreign Language Study - 1899
...lives she must have silk curtains to her house. One of my relatives, who lives in the West Indies — a splendid fellow, with body an inch and a half long, and bushes of hair on his legs — fastens his house to a plant, and it looks like a silk ball. It is very aristocratic and nice....
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The New Century Fourth Reader: Selected and Adapted from the World's ...

Readers - 1899 - 304 pages
...lives she must have silk curtains to her house. One of my relatives, who lives in the West Indies — a splendid fellow, with body an inch and a half long, and bushes of hair on his legs — fastens his house to a plant, and it looks like a silk ball. It is very aristocratic and nice....
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The New Century: 4th-5th Reader. Revised, Book 4

1902
...lives, she must have silk curtains to her house. One of my relatives who lives in the West Indies — a splendid fellow, with body an inch and a half long, and bushes of hair on his legs — fastens his house to a plant, and it looks like an oval silk ball. It is very aristocratic...
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The New Normal Fourth Reader

Albert Newton Raub - Readers (Elementary) - 1906 - 352 pages
...silk, for wherever one of the Arachnida family lives, she must have silk curtains to her house. 9. One of my relatives, who lives in the West Indies—a...oval silk ball. It is very aristocratic and nice. 10. But I think the most wonderful house is made by the Trap-door Spider, another foreigner, native...
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