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" Let us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of insects covering the ground lying between these two ant-hills, and occupying a space of two feet in breadth. Both armies met at half-way from their respective habitations, and there the battle commenced.... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - الصفحة 81
1877
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...paces distant from each other. Two empires could not possess a greater number of combatants. " f/et us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of insects, covering the ground lying between the two ant-hills, and occupying a space of two feet in breadth. The two armies met halfway from their...

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...hundred paces distant from each other. Two empires could not possess a greater number of combatants. " Let us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of insects, covering the ground lying between the two ant-hills, and occupying a space of two feet in breadth. The two armies met halfway from their...

The Philosophy of Natural History: Prepared on the Plan, and Retaining ...

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...hundred paces distant from each other. Two empires could not possess a greater number of combatants. " Let us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of insects, covering the ground lying between the two ant-hills, and occupying a space of two feet in breadth. The two armies met halfway from their...

The garden, the woods, and the fields; or, The teachings of nature as ...

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...other, and alike in extent of population : what occasioned their discord I cannot pretend to say. " Let us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of...ground, and fought in pairs, keeping firm hold of their antagonists by their mandibles : a considerable number were engaged in the attack and in leading away...

The Rosary Magazine, المجلد 8

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...from their respective habitations, and the battle commenced; thousands of ants took their stations upon the highest ground, and fought in pairs, keeping firm hold of their antagonists by their mandibles. While a considerable number were engaged in the attack, others were...

The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., المجلد 14

John Clark Ridpath - 1898
...hundred paces distance from each other. Two empires could not possess a greater number of combatants. Let us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of...ground, and fought in pairs, keeping firm hold of their antagonists by their mandibles : a considerable number were engaged in the attack and leading away...

The Study of English

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...hundred paces distance from each other. Two empires could not possess a greater number of combatants. Let us figure to ourselves this prodigious crowd of...ground, and fought in pairs, keeping firm hold of their antagonists by their mandibles : a considerable number were engaged in the attack and leading away...




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