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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.

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture

  • “Padda be good, be good,” he used to say as the breakables flew before him.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

  • “Padda” was his rendering of Pantagruel, the nickname

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

  • "" This fellow Leroux got away from us at the Padda.

    The Sound of Thunder

  • As they passed the single wagon beside the Padda, old Zietsmann was waiting and he came forward leading a pack-mule.

    The Sound of Thunder

  • 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.

    The Book of Missionary Heroes

  • Padda were sick, we would have to get one girl more in the house.

    Hadda Pada

  • 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.

    Science in Arcady

  • Historians have struggled to find the Padda after whom Paddington is named, or indeed the Bucca who gave us Buckingham.

    BBC News - Home

  • 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.

    Sail-World.com USA Latest News

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