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“Coralline" is an inaccurate term, being strictly applicable only to the vegetable Corallinas.”
“[FN#296] I am unwilling to alter the time honoured corruption: properly it is written Marjßnah = the "Coralline," from Marjßn = red coral, for which see vols.ii. 100; vii.”
“No person would suspect it was to me, the lovers of the theatre at Paris, owe Coralline and her sister Camille, nothing however, can be more true.”
“Veronese, their father, had engaged himself with his children in the Italian company, and after having received two thousand livres for the expenses of his journey, instead of setting out for France, quietly continued at Venice, and accepted an engagement in the theatre of Saint Luke, to which Coralline, a child as she still was, drew great numbers of people.”
“Species common to the Norwich, Red, and Coralline: 19.”
“Pholadomya, Lingula, Discina, and others which give a southern aspect to the Coralline Crag shells.”
“Coralline to that of the Norwich Crag, continued, though not perhaps without some oscillations of temperature, to become more and more severe after the accumulation of the Norwich Crag, until it reached its maximum in what has been called the glacial epoch.”
“Species common to the Norwich and Red Crag (not in Coralline): 33.”
“Species common to the Norwich and Coralline (not in Red): 4.”
“Pliocene strata called Crag are divisible into the Coralline and the Red Crags, the former being the older of the two.”
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