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“In the genus Haemamoeba, I have studied the haemamoebae of birds which closely resemble H. malariae and I have described several new species in Padda oryzivora, in a titmouse, in the partridge and the turkey.”
““Padda be good, be good,” he used to say as the breakables flew before him.”
““Padda” was his rendering of Pantagruel, the nickname”
“" This fellow Leroux got away from us at the Padda.”
“As they passed the single wagon beside the Padda, old Zietsmann was waiting and he came forward leading a pack-mule.”
“After he had preached among the people in a distant part of the same great island, Wilfrid with four faithful companions -- Eappa, Padda, Burghelm and Oiddi -- walked down to the south coast of the island.”
“Padda were sick, we would have to get one girl more in the house.”
“Padda, Burghelm, and Oiddi (it is pleasant to preserve these little personal touches) -- proceeded to baptize the 'plebs' -- that is to say, the servile Anglicised Celt-Euskarian substratum -- up and down the country villages.”
“Historians have struggled to find the Padda after whom Paddington is named, or indeed the Bucca who gave us Buckingham.”
“South African Adrian Kuttel is 37 years old and has been a lifelong sailor which is no surprise as he is the son of Padda Kuttel who owned and skippered 'Atlantic Privateer' in the Whitbread Round the World Race.”
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