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  • "That is what I can hardly tell, sir: he passed all in a moment from rant about battles and lovers and Cleodora and Antigenes to something I could not follow at all, and then dropped down as you saw."

    A Thin Ghost and Others

  • In such tracts of the ocean are found the lower marine animals, in incalculable numbers; the floating shell-fish, as _Janthina_, _Hyalaea_ and _Cleodora_; the sea-lizards, as _Velellae, Porpitae_, and their kindred; the squids, and other molluscs; with myriads of _medusa_.

    The Ocean Waifs A Story of Adventure on Land and Sea

  • Is it not an extraordinary fact, the great difference in position of the heart in different species of Cleodora?

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1

  • Thus, I should expect that if great numbers of specimens of some of the species of Cleodora had been examined with this object in view, the position of the heart in some of the species would have been found variable.

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1

  • There is all imaginable art joined with all requisite simplicity: and a simplicity, I think, much preferable to that in the scenes of Cleodora and Argilius.

    The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 1

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