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About the damp places are swarms of the beautiful blue-banded
Tachyris zarinda, which would rise up at my approach, and display their vivid orange and cinnabar-red wings, while among them would flutter a few of the fine blue-banded Papilios.
And then, after explaining to the newspapers about a reported double drowning at Big Bittern, he seized his own blue-banded straw hat, some two sizes too large for him, and hurried down the hall, only to encounter, opposite the wide-open office door of the district attorney, Zillah Saunders, spinster and solitary stenographer to the locally somewhat famous and mercurial Orville W. Mason, district attorney.
“Toxins and mode of envenomation of the common ringed or blue-banded octopus.”
She was calling now to the blue-banded girl walking away from Gertie.
All you do is touch the blue-banded end to the patient’s inner elbow—that cleans the area—then flip it around and touch the other end to the same place to take the blood.
a little crowd of the rare butterfly Tachyris zarinda, which would rise up at my approach, and display their vivid orange and cinnabar-red wings, while among them would flutter a few of the fine blue-banded
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