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  • Went home, had a brief IM with an academician friend in which we discussed FSM, HP Lovecraft, and I erroneously remembered and used "bactrian" (like the camel) when I meant "batrachian" (frog-like).

    art show of the living dead and a decaying bordello

  • The Granny Smith apple; nothing happened - after September 2, the next day was September 14, due to the change from the Julian to the Gregorian calendar, peta, quarks, bactrian

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  • The simple matter is; for a bacterium to evolve over millions of years and millions of tiny steps into a bactrian camel requires a detectable, generational increase of information on its DNA.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • That's why I'm a big fan of bactrian camel heavy cavalry in a fantasy setting.

    desert winds

  • For the camel (dromedary and bactrian) the problem arises that the pulling point is very high, which results in insufficient exploitation of draft power in fieldwork.

    1. Selection of animals

  • Huge bulls trundled past on the back of tilt trailers towed by tractors or more commonly, huge bactrian (double humped) camels.

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  • I mean that .... tom, do you support just bactrian camels or the ancient batrican culture in general?

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  • Speaking of the indigenous coneys and bactrian camels, the naturalist said that the coniferous and bacteriological output of Australasia was remarkable for its many and curious departures from the accepted laws governing these species of tubercles, but that in his opinion Nature's fondness for dabbling in the erratic was most notably exhibited in that curious combination of bird, fish, amphibian, burrower, crawler, quadruped, and Christian called the Ornithorhynchus -- grotesquest of animals, king of the animalculae of the world for versatility of character and make-up.

    Following the Equator

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